Public health gets least money, but does most
December 8, 2015
by Jayne O'Donnell and Laura Ungar
A Trust for America's Health analysis found the $30 billion invested nationally in chronic disease — which includes conditions ranging from arthritis to cancer and heart disease — was $20 billion shy of what was needed. "Chronic disease is chronically under-funded," said Richard Hamburg, TFAH's deputy director.
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