$1.4 Billion for Alzheimer’s Research Supported by US Senate Appropriations Bill

$1.4 Billion for Alzheimer’s Research Supported by US Senate Appropriations Bill
The U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee  has forwarded a draft bill that could deliver nearly $1.4 billion in federal funds to Alzheimer’s disease (AD) research in 2017. In all health concerns related to the proposed bi-partisan bill, lawmakers recommend $34 billion - a $2 billion increase over fiscal year 2016 - to the National Institute of Health for research in precision medicine, Alzheimer’s disease, mapping of the human brain, and other diseases, according to a June 7 appropriations committee press release. The recommendation could land the largest-ever increase for Alzheimer's disease
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