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By Armand Denis


“The only principle I have ever worked to has always been to do whatever interested me at the time. I have gambled quite consciously with myself and with my career.

Just occasionally I regret the settled, comfortable life I might have led as a research scientist, but if I had stayed on in the laboratory instead of taking the gamble that I have been living ever since, I would have led a life that hundreds of other people could have performed equally well. Instead I have lived a life that, whatever its faults, has been unique.”

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