Palliative Care, Opioids, and Biomarkers Lead NIH's 2016 Research Year in Review
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has outlined it 2016 research year in review, detailing work done on atomic imaging for drug and protein interactions, biomarkers for prostate cancer, opioid efficacy, and the importance of palliative care. Often lauded as an example of the positive impact that federal agencies can have on Americans, NIH has received welcome support and funding from both sides of the aisle. The research, clinical trials, treatments, and cures that come out of the NIH are life changing and life saving, and all parties in congress recognize its importance.
January 18, 2017