Senate Passes $400M in Supplemental NIH Funding Along with War Bill | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The US Senate passed legislation today that would give the National Institutes of Health an extra $400 million this year to supplement the funding it received under the 2008 budget.
The NIH money is just a side-note on a domestic spending attachment to a $156 billion war and veterans’ appropriations bill that has become a point of contention between presidential candidates and the sitting President.

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