This is to confirm what our secretaries know: that the University would be glad to have you give your lecture on the 19th.
I am sorry this was the only date open to you because I do have a conflict that evening. I will try to get out of at least
part of it but am not sure.
As to topic, I'm a bit torn. Monoclonal human antibodies would draw the most people. But it seems to me you would draw
upon a lifetime of experience to talk about the biology of Hodgkins and I feel that my colleagues would learn the most from
Personally, I was entranced by your saga of the radiotherapy of Hodgkins at the Stanford conference; but it would have a more
limited appeal on this campus . . . . (and I would profit more from an alternative subject)
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I can only offer advice; and we would be happy with any choice you wished.