UK research spend in 2008 and 2012: comparing stroke, cancer, coronary heart disease and dementia
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    Government cancer research spend recorded in the NCRI Cancer Research Database
    • Dominic Dwyer, Research Analyst
    • Other Contributors:
      • Karen Kennedy, Director NCRI

    We read with interest this article by Luengo Fernandez et al. and commend the team on exploring a number of important areas in health research funding, especially given that the collection of data across a number of years in a bespoke manner such as this is very challenging.

    While the article highlights some very interesting trends, one trend that has not been observed in the National Cancer Research Institute...

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