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    Bipartisanship

    Dear Editor,

    It is not correct that the Democratic Party has historically been the major underwriter of biomedical research in the USA. American science, and biomedical science in particular, benefited historically from substantial bipartisan support. The major increase in NIH funding of the Clinton period owed at least as much to actions of moderate Republicans like Rep. John Porter (Republican of Illinois) an...

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