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Maybe It Should Be General Healy Retirements Not Seen As Hurting NASA Not Now Dear, I Have A Political Headache The High Cost Of Outreach Mixed News on NSF Funding Trends President Bush came to NIH last month to swear in the agency's new director, Bernadine Healy. While the occasion was entirely ceremonial--she took office April 9--Healy used it to make a characteristically bold statement about NIH's mission. Referring to its mandate to improve the nation's health, Healy declared that

The Scientist Staff
Jul 21, 1991

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