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Letter from Robert Nalbandian to Linus Pauling. May 1, 1972.
Nalbandian writes to convey his shock that Pauling had been accused of being a racist for his promotion of genetic screening in the fight against sickle cell anemia. Nalbandian also discusses his and others recent research activities related to sickle cell disease. Transcript.

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Creator: Robert Nalbandian
Recipient: Linus Pauling
Associated: Paul L. Wolf, Makio Murayama, Theodore Friedmann, Anthony Cerami, James M. Manning

Date: May 1, 1972
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr276.2-nalbandian-lp-19720501
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