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Shutdown Halts Potentially Lifesaving Science

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October 4, 2013
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The partial government shutdown has paralyzed much of the scientific community in the country. Many government labs are shuttered, and money has stopped flowing to countless federally-sponsored projects - even those that might help save lives. (Oct. 4)


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