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Inadequate funding for the US National Institutes of Health hurts not only the health of the current generation of Americans, but also that of future citizens, as researchers scramble to get their work funded, writes Claire Pomeroy, the president of the Lasker Foundation, in an opinion piece posted at Forbes.

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