NIH Stimulus Spending Focused Mostly on Existing Grants; No Funds to Restore Previous Cuts | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Some broad details are beginning to emerge from the National Institutes of Health about how it plans to spend the billions of dollars it will take in under the $789 billion economic stimulus package that President Obama signed in Denver earlier this week.

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