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Someday it would appear as a footnote. " The other judge also suggested that the finding be presented only as a short blurb, and he pre ferred that it be presented in somebody else's journal . Nelson-Rees was stunned and furious. Were these people- these people who are working scientists de- 45 46 A Conspi racy of Cells voted to communication among colleagues- were they as worried as the bureaucrats about the politics of unpop ular findings ? It was the same incredible blindness. They couldn't see what was so obvious to him : the scientific community must be warned.
S . R. Joint Subcommittee on Oncologic Disease was adj ourned for lunch. It was Victor Zhdanov who finally asked, "What does it mean ? " Zhdanov, Nelson-Rees, Moloney, and a few others had gathered after lunch in Moloney's office. It was quickly apparent to Nelson-Rees that the earlier session had been ceremonial. Now the Russians would have a more private and informal setting in which to discuss these curious findings. Under other circumstances Nel son-Rees might have been loudly indignant for being set up as part of the flag show in the Purple Palace.
What ever he was thinking, Zhdanov quickly sought to take some advantage out of the catastrophe. "If you know so much about cells and can do so good, " said the Russian, "why don't you come to Moscow ? Show our people. Talk about what techniques you have. " I n the Purple Palace "I'd be delighted, " shot back Nelson-Rees, "if you promise I can get back out of the country. " The Russian laughed loudly. Nelson-Rees j oined him. Suddenly it was one big happy meeting. Nelson-Rees j ostled and j oked further with Zhdanov.
A conspiracy of cells: one woman's immortal legacy and the medical scandal it caused by Michael Gold