Harold E. Varmus Quotes & Sayings

30 most famous Harold E. Varmus quotes and sayings (scientist). These are the first 10 quotes we have.

Harold E. Varmus Quotes
“My ideal summer day was reading on the porch.”
Harold E. Varmus Quotes
“I had learned of Gertrude Stein's bon mot that medicine opened all doors. This prompted me, in different moods, to view my future life as literary psychiatrist, globe-trotting tropical disease specialist, or academic internist.”
Harold E. Varmus Quotes
“I had learned that science is a rewarding, active process of discovery, not the passive absorption of what others had discovered.”
Harold E. Varmus Quotes
“I'm used to being surrounded by really smart 22-year-old students who have no problem saying that something I suggested is not a very good idea.”
Harold E. Varmus Quotes
“Anyone graduating from medical school in 1966 had first to fulfill military service before launching a career. Fiercely opposed to the Vietnam War, I sought to avoid it through an assignment to the Public Health Service.”
“Every cancer looks different. Every cancer has similarities to other cancers. And we're trying to milk those differences and similarities to do a better job of predicting how things are going to work out and making new drugs.”
Harold E. Varmus Quotes
“Following graduation from Amherst, a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship enabled me to test the depth of my interest in literary scholarship by beginning graduate studies at Harvard University.”
Harold E. Varmus Quotes
“I begin with the premise that behavior is an incredibly important element in medicine. People's habits, their willingness to quit smoking, their willingness to take steps to avoid transmission of HIV, are all behavioral questions.”
Harold E. Varmus Quotes
“I keep encouraging the pharmaceutical companies to put more money into R&D.”
Harold E. Varmus Quotes
“In general, all cancers have been traditionally characterized by the way they appear under the microscope and the organs in which they arise.”

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