The high quality of medical care we enjoy today is built upon years of effort by physicians and other medical professionals investigating the causes of and potential treatments for disease. The tireless effort by countless medical professionals combined with federally-funded biomedical research has greatly improved our quality of life. Diseases that were once a death sentence are now treatable. Given this, the AANS and CNS continue to urge Congress to expand the scope of the current federal policy on medical research and to ensure that appropriate funding is allocated to such programs.
- Neurosurgery Joins Other Groups Urging Congressional Leaders for CDC Funding in FY 2018 Appropriations 12.1.17
- Neurosurgery Joins Nearly 800 Other Organizations to Urge for Increased Labor-HHS Funding 5.8.17
- Neurosurgery Sends Letter of Support to Sen. Udall for the Cerebral Cavernous Malformations Clinical Awareness, Research, and Education Act 3.20.17
- Neurosurgery Sends Letter of Support for H.R. 1255, the Cerebral Cavernous Malformations Clinical Awareness, Research, and Education Act 3.20.17
Neurosurgery Joins Other Medical Groups in Sending a Letter to President Trump and Congressional Leaders Urging for NIH Funding 2.7.17