Collins Continues Capitol Hill Campaign | GenomeWeb

NIH Director Francis Collins says he has probably personally visited with more than 100 members of Congress in the last year, at NIH's headquarters or down on Capitol Hill, as part of his campaign to combat sequestration.

"I can't tell you a single one of those meetings that went badly," he tells the Huffington Post's Sam Stein.

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