Report: Tight budgets discourage research

09/20/2011 | Bloomberg · National Journal

Advances in cancer research could be set back if Congress cuts or holds steady funding for the NIH, an American Association for Cancer Research report warns. Moreover, budget cuts discourage research. "These disincentives are resulting in a loss of taxpayer-funded training and are adversely affecting the nation's ability to maintain an optimal workforce for cancer research and to generate innovative scientific ideas for future implementation," the report says.

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