Funding biomedical, clinical and health research in Canada

Gauthier, Clement; Sweeney, George
June 1998
Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Jun98, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p159
Academic Journal
Editorial. Discusses the state of funding for Canadian research in the health sciences. Status of Canada in its funding for medical research as compared with the other major industrialized nations; Information on the amount invested by Canada in the fiscal year 1990-1991 in medical research; Details on the trends in government budgets for health research.


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