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NIH to See Mild Increase in FY 2005; Mad Cow Programs to Jump Nearly 40 Percent

The National Institutes of Health will have around 2.6 percent more money to spend in fiscal year 2005 than it had in fiscal 2004 if the US Congress approves President Bush’s budget, the Office of Management and Budget reported this week.

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