Campaign for Cures

The Campaign for Cures Election 2016 blog features news, analysis, commentary and data about the presidential candidates and congressional races in key states on issues relevant to medical progress. Janice Lloyd, former USA Today senior editor and health reporter, manages The Campaign for Cures blog. You can reach Janice at campaignforcures@gmail.com.  Follow Campaign for Cures, a national voter education initiative, on Twitter and Facebook and visit www.campaignforcures.org

A panel of distinguished scientists and research advocates discussed the future of federal funding for biomedical research and the role the science community will play in President-elect Donald Trump...
While little is known about President-elect Donald Trump’s plans for investing in biomedical research and building a team to advise him on diseases impacting millions of Americans, we can outline a...
Going into the 2016 election, a majority of Americans said they wanted the next President and Congress to put a higher priority on finding cures for chronic diseases and discovering new medicines,...
While medical research and innovation have advantages for both the U.S. economy and Americans’ health, many of the candidates in hotly contested Senate races have been mum on those topics. That...
If you had an opportunity to include public health priorities in the next president’s inaugural or State of the Union address, what would they be? Building more healthier communities and increasing...
Since the 2016 election campaigns have focused sparingly on science and biomedical issues, we’re examining how the presidential candidates’ global policies address -- or don’t address -- science-...

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Presidential Candidates Should Participate in Debate on Science

 
Source: A Research!America and ScienceDebate.org poll of U.S. adults conducted in partnership with Zogby Analytics in September 2015.

Campaign Contact

Anna Briseno
Communications Manager