W. RAY BRYAN, PH.D.; JOHN B. MOLONEY, PH.D.; TIMOTHY E. O'CONNOR, PH.D.; MARY A. FINK, PH.D.; ALBERT J. DALTON, PH.D.
Dr. W. Ray Bryan: The National Cancer Institute has quite a large program, both extramurally and intramurally, directed toward the study of the possible viral etiology of human cancer; that is, towards the determination of whether or not viruses might be involved in human neoplastic diseases. As you know, it is necessary to carry out the basic studies on animal prototype systems or prototype diseases.
We have a group of about 17 senior investigators in the Laboratory of Viral Oncology working on animal model systems and collaborating in a larger program in attempting to apply what is learned in these
BRYAN WR, MOLONEY JB, O'CONNOR TE, et al. Viral Etiology of Leukemia: Combined Clinical Staff Conference at the National Institutes of Health. Ann Intern Med. 1965;62:376–399. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-62-2-376
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