Research Investment to Spark the Economy (RISE) Act
The bipartisan Research Investment to Spark the Economy Act (RISE Act) would provide $25 billion (including $10 billion to the NIH) to support independent research institutions, public laboratories, and universities throughout the country as well as provide needed regulatory flexibility so they can continue work that was disrupted by the COVID pandemic. The pandemic caused severe disruptions to federally-backed research, including childhood cancer research. Many laboratories were forced to minimize operations beyond “essential” work, delay research already underway, and postpone planned projects. Supplemental funding is needed to offset these added expenses.

Use this form to let your Members of Congress know that children with cancer cannot afford any further disruptions to critical, life-saving research.

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