Heads Of HHS, FDA Outline Biden's Budget Proposals To US Congress
US President Joe Biden’s proposed budget for fiscal 2022 allocates $133.7bn for HHS, a 23% increase for the department from fiscal 2021; the administration is also asking for $6.5bn for the FDA, an 8% increase from the agency’s current budget.
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