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White House Grants $86M To Propel BRAIN, Precision Medicine Initiatives

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The Obama administration announced a total of $86m in new grant funds to propel the National Institute of Health’s BRAIN Initiative and Precision Medicine Initiative forward, among other innovative science research programs.

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