McCain, Obama Advisors Claim Candidates' Support for Greater Science Funding | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Both campaigns in the US presidential race have now gone on record saying their candidates are strong supporters of the National Institutes of Health, of science funding in general, and of research and development tax credits, although only one so far has provided specifics of how much he would want to invest in biomedical research in his administration. 

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