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NHLBI releases new strategic vision

August 28, 2016

The NHLBI announced eight objectives as part of a new strategic vision that charts the course for research in heart, lung, blood and sleep disorders into the next decade, according to a press release.

The institute had nearly 4,500 individuals from around the world offer input on critical research questions and challenges and formed its objectives based on that feedback.

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