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Letter from William Castle to Linus Pauling. May 22, 1963.
Castle writes to inform Pauling of a recently-issued press release that inaccurately describes the history of Pauling and Castle's respective research on sickle cell anemia. Castle includes the text of a letter that he wrote to an author associated with the inaccurate press release which describes Castle's recollection of the series of events that led to Pauling's conceptualization of sickle cell anemia as a molecular disease. Transcript.

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Creator: William B. Castle
Recipient: Linus Pauling
Associated: Warren E. C. Wacker, Bert L. Vallee, E. Vernon Hahn, Elizabeth Gillespie, Irving Sherman, Eric Ponder

Date: May 22, 1963
Genre: correspondence
ID: sci6.007.16-castle-lp-19630522
Copyright: More Information

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