"From polio to cancer and from heart disease to HIV/AIDS, we see that a commitment to research investment and targeted innovation on high-cost diseases is a proven deficit reduction strategy,'' said Vradenburg.
Created earlier this year as part of the American Tax Relief Act, this commission is responsible for developing a plan to establish, implement, and finance a comprehensive set of long-term care services for seniors and people with disabilities. Read more »
ResearchersAgainstAlzheimer’s today urged Congress to prevent devastating cuts – set to go into effect on March 1 – that would decimate funding for Alzheimer’s research. Read their letter and ad published in Roll Call on Capitol Hill.