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Response to: "Rescuing the NIH before it is too late".

Alexander, Duane F; Alving, Barbara M; Battey, James F; Berg, Jeremy M; Collins, Francis S; Fauci, Anthony S; Gallin, John I; Grady, Patricia A; Hodes, Richard J; Hrynkow, Sharon H; Insel, Thomas R; Jones, Jack F; Katz, Stephen I; Landis, Story C; Li, Ting-Kai; Lindberg, Donald A; Nabel, Elizabeth G; Niederhuber, John E; Pettigrew, Roderic I; Rodgers, Griffin P; Ruffin, John; Scarpa, Antonio; Schwartz, David A; Sieving, Paul A; Straus, Stephen E; Tabak, Lawrence A; Volkow, Nora D.
J Clin Invest; 116(6): 1462-3, 2006 Jun.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | Maio 2006 | ID: mdl-16648877
Resumo: We, the directors of the 27 NIH institutes and centers, wanted to respond to the points made by Andrew Marks in his recent editorial. While we appreciate that the scientific community has concerns, the current initiatives and directions of the NIH have been developed through planning processes that reflect openness and continued constituency input, all aimed at assessing scientific opportunities and addressing public health needs.