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As has been said, look who controls CongressThere are three questions:

  1. Did cuts happen?
  2. Have those cuts hurt the CDC's and NIH's effort to fight ebola?
  3. Were those cuts made by Republicans?

Here's an answer to the first question (only).

Besides, inIn Erosion of Funding for the National Institutes of Health Threatens U.S. Leadership in Biomedical Research, look at the second graph -- the NIH spending in constant dollars:

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It's been declining for a decade now. The graph is more alarmist than it needs to be but you can see the trend anyway.

As has been said, look who controls Congress.

Besides, in Erosion of Funding for the National Institutes of Health Threatens U.S. Leadership in Biomedical Research, look at the second graph -- the NIH spending in constant dollars:

enter image description here

It's been declining for a decade now. The graph is more alarmist than it needs to be but you can see the trend anyway.

There are three questions:

  1. Did cuts happen?
  2. Have those cuts hurt the CDC's and NIH's effort to fight ebola?
  3. Were those cuts made by Republicans?

Here's an answer to the first question (only).

In Erosion of Funding for the National Institutes of Health Threatens U.S. Leadership in Biomedical Research, look at the second graph -- the NIH spending in constant dollars:

enter image description here

It's been declining for a decade now. The graph is more alarmist than it needs to be but you can see the trend anyway.

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As has been said, look who controls Congress.

Besides: , in http://wwwErosion of Funding for the National Institutes of Health Threatens U.americanprogressS.org/issues/economy/report/2014/03/25/86369/erosion-of-funding-for-the-national-institutes-of-health-threatens-u-s-leadership-in-biomedical-research/ Leadership in Biomedical Research

Look, look at the second graph  --the the NIH spending in constant dollars. It's:

enter image description here

It's been declining for a decade now. The graph is more alarmist than it needs to be but you can see the trend anyway.

As has been said, look who controls Congress.

Besides: http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/economy/report/2014/03/25/86369/erosion-of-funding-for-the-national-institutes-of-health-threatens-u-s-leadership-in-biomedical-research/

Look at the second graph--the NIH spending in constant dollars. It's been declining for a decade now. The graph is more alarmist than it needs to be but you can see the trend anyway.

As has been said, look who controls Congress.

Besides, in Erosion of Funding for the National Institutes of Health Threatens U.S. Leadership in Biomedical Research, look at the second graph  -- the NIH spending in constant dollars:

enter image description here

It's been declining for a decade now. The graph is more alarmist than it needs to be but you can see the trend anyway.

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As has been said, look who controls Congress.

Besides: http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/economy/report/2014/03/25/86369/erosion-of-funding-for-the-national-institutes-of-health-threatens-u-s-leadership-in-biomedical-research/

Look at the second graph--the NIH spending in constant dollars. It's been declining for a decade now. The graph is more alarmist than it needs to be but you can see the trend anyway.