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"Government-funded basic research in medical science deserves some credit for breakthroughs, but it’s worth remembering that lots of countries invest in basic research. America, with its markets, stands alone as the leading, arguably sole, source of medical innovation. Breakthrough drugs are as American as apple pie." [http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=NGJkZDM1MDE1NDhkNWFlYzVjOTM0MDY0OTM2N2RkNjA=]
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'''Medical research''' is any scientific research conducted with the goal of improving the science of healthcare, knowledge of the human body, or knowledge of diseases.
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==History==
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==Funding==
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"Government-funded basic research in medical science deserves some credit for breakthroughs, but it’s worth remembering that lots of countries invest in basic research. America, with its markets, stands alone as the leading, arguably sole, source of medical innovation. Breakthrough drugs are as American as apple pie." <ref>http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=NGJkZDM1MDE1NDhkNWFlYzVjOTM0MDY0OTM2N2RkNjA=</ref>
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==Crimes==
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==References==

Revision as of 18:25, 6 January 2010

Medical research is any scientific research conducted with the goal of improving the science of healthcare, knowledge of the human body, or knowledge of diseases.

History

Methods

Funding

"Government-funded basic research in medical science deserves some credit for breakthroughs, but it’s worth remembering that lots of countries invest in basic research. America, with its markets, stands alone as the leading, arguably sole, source of medical innovation. Breakthrough drugs are as American as apple pie." [1]

Crimes

References

  1. http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=NGJkZDM1MDE1NDhkNWFlYzVjOTM0MDY0OTM2N2RkNjA=