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February 21, 2011



This is a great article on a crucial subject. Every patient advocate in America needs to know that the funds for medical research are at risk. The President's proposal is sensible and forward-looking. All who who hope for a cure for a disease or disability must protect the NIH budget.

Don C. Reed

Seriously, I'm down for protecting NIH budget. Also, I think they should give me a grant to develop a cure for cancer since all the rest of these guys don't seem to be able to do it.

"the President's budget proposals leave many of his supporters to question whether the biotech industry will have a role in helping the nation "win the future.""

Well (under)stated!


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