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NIH only spent $3,696,068 on ME/CFS research in 2012.

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by snowathlete, May 15, 2013.

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    It is clear that we need high energy advocacy--seems the NIH responds to lobbying just as if it were a government. The CAA would do us all a great favour if it resumed an advocacy position--maybe with the retirement of Kim McLeary, a new head will resume that function? Chris
     
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    Yes, we are falling further down that ranking list.
     

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