Research!America Launches 'Nice Save' Ad Campaign To Promote Global Health Funding

In an effort to promote global health funding, Research!America is running an ad campaign called “Nice Save,” according to the Politico Pulse blog, which notes the series of four ads (.pdf) “try to make the case for sustaining federal funding of global health research” by “highlighting the sometimes surprising payoffs for medical care at home and abroad.” According to the blog, the ads will run in Politico for two weeks, and they will be posted in Washington, D.C.’s Red Line Metro trains beginning July 9 (6/22).

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