WASHINGTON – December 10, 2009 – “The House of Representatives today showed a renewed commitment to defeat cancer, passing an FY 2010 domestic appropriations bill that includes long overdue increases for cancer prevention services and helps to sustain critical research funding levels.
Cancer Research Funding Press Releases
Washington, D.C. -- September 30, 2009 -- “President Obama today announced $5 billion in medical research grants that are critically important to the discovery of new and more effective treatments and prevention measures for life-threatening chronic diseases such as cancer.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- July 30, 2009 -- “Members of the Senate Appropriations Committee showed their commitment to the war on cancer today by voting unanimously to pass the FY 2010 Labor, Health and Human Services Appropriations bill out of committee.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- July 24, 2009 -- “The House of Representatives today took a big step forward in the fight against cancer with passage of the FY 2010 Labor, Health and Human Services Appropriations bill.
Today the cancer community is celebrating the House Appropriations Committee passage of the FY 2010 Labor, Health and Human Services Appropriations bill that provides $30.9 billion for the National Institutes of Health (NIH), including $5.23 billion for the National Cancer Institute (NCI), and $6.68 billion for the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- July 9, 2009 -- “The cancer community applauds President Obama’s nomination of Dr. Francis Collins as the Director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). In this role, Dr.
The House and Senate passed a final Budget Resolution today that fosters forward progress on efforts to reform our health care system and lays the foundation for funding increases for research and prevention over FY 2009 funding levels.
Congress Sends President an FY09 Appropriations Bill Including Funding for Sustained Cancer Research and Prevention
The Senate tonight continued to build momentum in a renewed war on cancer, approving a spending bill that includes a nearly $1 billion increase for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for the current year.
Administration Budget Proposal Would Renew the War on Cancer and Make Down Payment on Health Care Reform
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- February 26, 2009 -- “The White House budget proposal released today makes a strong commitment to public health by advancing the President’s goal to conquer cancer and enact comprehensive health care reform this year.