White House to Consider NIH Bill That Would Reform Budget, Spending, Oversight, and Growth | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The US Senate last week passed legislation that aims to reform how much money the National Institutes of Health will receive from the federal government over the next two years, how it should spend it, and how its activities should be monitored.
 

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