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NIH Director Ignores Proposed Funding Based On HHS Goals In Budget Request

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Francis Collins tells a House Appropriations subcommittee that a proposed decrease in NIH funding going toward “advancing scientific knowledge and innovation” will not affect how grants and research dollars are allocated.

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