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Letter from George Burch to Linus Pauling. October 9, 1951.
Burch writes to note that he will attempt to implement Pauling's suggestion that carbon monoxide and sodium nitrite be used, on an experimental basis, in the treatment of sickle cell patients. [Courtesy, National Library of Medicine] Transcript.

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Creator: George E. Burch
Recipient: Linus Pauling

Date: October 9, 1951
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr33.8-burch-lp-19511009
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