U.S. Medical Research Spending Drops While Asia Makes Gains

America's share of global research spending fell 6 percent in five years, while Japan and China surged.

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"The lack of a coordinated national biomedical R&D strategy is disappointing, at a time when mature economies such as those of Japan and Europe have maintained their level of investment in this area," the study says.

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