Researchers, Advocacy Groups Urge U.S. Presidential Candidates To Address Medical Research Funding, Drug Development

The Lancet: U.S. presidential candidates urged to support health research
“As the most tumultuous presidential primary season in recent times comes to an end, biomedical researchers, physicians, and advocacy groups want the candidates campaigning for the White House to address some of the substantive matters they worry about: National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding, advancing Alzheimer’s disease research, speeding up drug development, and a host of research-related issues…” (Jaffe, 6/18).

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