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NIH Statisitics?

Discussion in 'Action Alerts and Advocacy' started by Andrew, Apr 16, 2010.

  1. Andrew

    Andrew Senior Member

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    Not sure if it's here or somewhere else. There is information about how much NIH spends a year on MS versus CFS. Does anyone know where this is? Also, I think I saw figure of how much money NIH gives to studies that are not CFS, but they claim it is for CFS.
  2. Otis

    Otis Señor Mumbler

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    Try this:
    http://report.nih.gov/rcdc/categories/

    You'll be shocked w/ some of the #s.

    Otis
  3. KnightofZERO

    KnightofZERO

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    This is ridiculous the recovery act gave extra research dollars to everyone from Aging (Aging is a illness--really now?) to Vulvodynia but nothing for us. .:Retro mad:
  4. ggingues

    ggingues $10 gift code at iHerb GAS343 of $40

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    Not surprised at all K of Zero, the stimulus bill was a huge waste of money and will only get worse! Heath Care for all!!
  5. Andrew

    Andrew Senior Member

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    Thanks, Otis. That's exactly what I need.
  6. Otis

    Otis Señor Mumbler

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    De nada. I happened to be looking at it the day before. Combined wirh disease population numbers for comparison this can be valuble info. Using fibro numbers might be a thought since we really overlap and I think fibro (alone?) is much more common than CFS.

    Otis

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