In a speech about finding hope in the war against cancer, former Vice President Joe Biden didn’t mince words about President Trump’s approach to funding biomedical science:

“He’s proposing draconian cuts — not only to biomedical research, but also to the entire scientific expertise across the board,” Biden said, speaking at the American Association for Cancer Research’s annual meeting in Washington.

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  • So basically Trump has ruined all the progress we have been making in biotechnology research – amazing, we spend billions on missiles and fighter jets to kill people and cant offer grants to researchers who want to help people with terminal illnesses.

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