House Committee Unanimously Approves Bill Seeking $10B Increase to NIH Funding | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The House Energy and Commerce Committee unanimously approved a bill that would increase funding to the National Institutes of Health and advance precision medicine initiatives. 

The committee passed the bill by a 51-0 vote on Thursday. It will next go for a vote by the full House of Representatives. 

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