The National Institute of Health is the nation’s medical research agency—making important discoveries that improve health and save lives. For over a century, NIH scientists have paved the way for important discoveries around all kinds of health issues including Tourette Syndrome, Cancer, and more. Such discoveries have helped to improve health and save lives. In fact, more than 130 Nobel Prize winners have received support from NIH. Their studies have led to the development of MRI, understanding of how viruses can cause cancer, insights into cholesterol control, and knowledge of how our brain processes visual information, among dozens of other advances.
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