Coalition Of HIV/AIDS Groups Urge Obama Administration To Increase HIV Research Funding

CQ Roll Call: AIDS Groups Press Obama for Promised $100 Million Research Bump
“A coalition of AIDS groups is pressuring the Obama administration to stick with its plan for a $100 million bump in HIV research funding, arguing that the increase is needed to develop a vaccine and take other steps that have even seasoned scientists predicting a possible end to the widespread threat of the virus…” (Young, 1/20).

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