Bush s Budget (Finally) Seeks Funding for Critical Path as NIH Eyes Cash for Gene/Disease Research | GenomeWeb

Pharmacogenomics technology and application development could see some additional funding next year if President Bush's fiscal 2007 budget request is approved by Congress.

Broadly, the budget would for the first time set aside money for the US Food and Drug Administration's vaunted Critical Path Initiative, while the US National Institutes of Health would be able to pay for a new program aimed at identifying genes linked to certain diseases.

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