Patient Advocacy NIH e-Letter Campaign

A very rare political post… You already know how important cancer research is to all of us.  Cancer has hit us all personally or as family, co-workers and friends. This fall, we have an opportunity to invest in more NIH funding and federally funded researchers could use your help.  Multiple cancer advocacy organizations have banded together to organize a mass e-letter complain to congress, from today until April 14 (although letters are appreciated any time!)

If you agree, please tell your representative to restore the NIH budget this fall and consider sharing this message & link with your friends and family!

http://www.restorefunding.org/

Thank you, Tom

One Comment on “Patient Advocacy NIH e-Letter Campaign

  1. I tried to participate, unfortunately it did not go. I am with you by heart.

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