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"Our investment will pay for itself a thousand times over," said Rep. Kevin Yoder (R-Kansas). The legislation's second pillar
Last week, the Supreme Court ruled against chromosome discrimination. Now, citizens with two X chromosomes can marry somebody with two X chromosomes, and those with a Y chromosome can marry other folks with a Y chromosome too.
Perhaps one thing that people of all political stripes can agree on is the importance of health. When disease strikes us or our loved ones, our whole world changes.
Hours earlier, in the room down the hall, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) had drawn throngs of press during an appearance before
Of all Republicans to make the case for doubling investment in the NIH, Gingrich ranks among the more likely candidates. The
"Honestly, I'm not a big fan of deficit spending. I'm not a big fan of deficits," said Yoder. "Certainly, as a conservative
In 2014, NIH research funding for cancer was $56 million less than it was in 2010. This means we now have to fight for increased funding at a time when potentially monumental breakthroughs are in our grasp. In the war against cancer we've had to open up a second front.
WASHINGTON -- One day after conservative Republicans thrilled an audience of science research advocates by pledging their
"Why aren't we spending $60 billion in NIH research?" said Yoder. "Honestly. I'm not a big fan of deficit spending. I'm not
Bush’s comments don’t make clear whether he too would demand that any increase in NIH funding be offset elsewhere in the
Members of Congress from both parties have tried innovations to funnel funds to NIH. Proposals have included creating an
Chronic kidney disease -- without the splashy races, ad campaigns, and extensive media coverage -- falls below the public radar. And because of that, a patient may be less likely to ask his or her doctor how to prevent it or even understand how it develops.
Those on the receiving end of corporate largesse point out that industry contributions typically don't go directly to a specific
“I think quite honestly with the people coming in… having another mechanism to do it aside from appropriations would be very
The larger question is whether the legislation is politically feasible. The fact that the fund would be offset by budget