NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Tucked away in a small section of the massive omnibus budget bill that bounced around Capitol Hill this week, as members of the House and Senate fought over funding for wars in Iraq and in Afghanistan, is a very brief paragraph that would require research findings from studies funded by the National Institutes of Health to be made publicly available within a year.
 

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