Cuts to medical research funding will stall progress and waste money

01/7/2013 | Washington Post, The

Congress postponed until March deep budget cuts that had been due to take effect at the start of this year. If these cuts to the NIH, FDA, CDC and other agencies are allowed to happen, promising projects will stall, people will needlessly suffer and jobs will be lost, three medical school deans write. "A strong America requires investments that protect our economy and our health," they write.

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