Society Testimony

FY 2021 House Appropriations Committee Public Testimony

March 19, 2020

FY 2021 House Appropriations Committee Public Testimony

Submitted by the Endocrine Society for the Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Addressing the National Institutes of Health

"Sustained investment by the United States federal government in biomedical research has dramatically advanced the health and improved the lives of the American people. The United States’ NIH-supported scientists represent the vanguard of researchers making fundamental biological discoveries and developing applied therapies that advance our understanding of, and ability to treat human disease. Their research has led to new medical treatments, saved innumerable lives, reduced human suffering, and launched entire new industries..."

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