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report that the Trump administration discouraged officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from using seven words — including “vulnerable” and “evidence-based” — in its budget submissions sparked outrage over the weekend in the scientific and public health community.

It also got us wondering: How often — and in what context — do these words get used in other government agencies focused on health and science?

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