Bush's Proposed 2009 Budget Stalls Biomedical Research Funds | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - US President George W. Bush today proposed a budget for fiscal year 2009 that would effectively freeze spending on biomedical research at 2008 levels, and would actually trim budgets for federal medical research when inflation is taken into account.
 

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