NIH AIDS Research Budget To Remain About $3B In FY16, Agency Confirms To CQ

CQ HealthBeat: NIH AIDS Research Budget Held Flat at $3 Billion in Fiscal 2016
“The National Institutes of Health on Friday confirmed for CQ HealthBeat that its spending on AIDS research would be about $3 billion for fiscal 2016, the same level as the previous budget year. The projection is one of many medical research estimates that health advocates were waiting to see on Feb. 9 with the release of the White House’s fiscal 2017 budget request…” (Young, 2/5).

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