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

(Editor's note: This item was been updated after ScienceDebate.org received answers from Jill Stein and Gary Johnson.) Hillary Clinton has been clear about her support for vaccines, but Donald Trump...
A healthy dose of the conversation at Research America’s 2016 National Health Research Forum in Washington, D.C., on September 8 centered on the need for more research on prevention, ranging from...
A distinguished panel of scientists at Research!America’s 2016 National Health Research Forum in Washington, D.C., discussed a wide range of topics Thursday while addressing the need for Congress to...
The drama resumes on Capitol Hill as Congress faces important decisions of how to fund the government and prioritize issues such as the Zika virus. Efforts to fund the fight against the mosquito-...
Chris Hansen, president of the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, shared his thoughts on what elected officials can do to make medical research a higher national priority. This is the...
Hillary Clinton unveiled a wide-ranging mental health agenda Monday that includes more funding for research. The goal, said the Democratic presidential candidate in a statement, is to put “the...

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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.

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