Cancer research, public health and worker safety would all see steep cuts under Trump budget

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - 20:02 in Health & Medicine

Under the heading “Putting America’s Health First,” the Trump administration’s 2018 budget blueprint includes a $5.8-billion cut for the National Institutes of Health, a move that would slash the medical research agency’s funding by just over 18%. It would reduce public health spending by the U.S....

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