More money, more fighting

Bull, Chris
March 1995
Advocate;3/21/95, Issue 677, p18
Reports on the proposal of the Department of Defense to cut budgets for cancer and AIDS research. Reaction of President Bill Clinton; Fear of support from Congress; Plans for reevaluation of AIDS research strategy.


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