Let’s Collapse 27 U.S. Health Institutes Into 3: Michael CrowMichael Crow, Denis Cortese and Leland Hartwell
June 6 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. spends more than any other nation on biomedical research, counting on those outlays to make health care more efficient. Leading the way is the National Institutes of Health, which funds more than $30 billion on projects each year, chiefly in basic research.
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