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NIH is the MVP of Biomedical Research: Why Getting Them More Resources the Right Way Matters

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Sen. Warren is making headlines for proposing a “swear jar” to fund NIH with payments from drug manufacturers who settle fraud cases. That idea is based on faulty facts and worse logic – and is counterproductive for the goal of increasing spending on biomedical research.

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