The measure would provide $ 30 billion for NIH.

It is unclear whether the House will again its deliberations after the break, says Carey.. In addition, Carey says a Senate fiscal 2009 Labor – HHS – Education spending bill a disagreement0000 includes more discretionary spending than President Bush requested permitted. The measure would provide $ 30 billion for NIH, more than $ 6, CDC, and $ 2 for community health centers. The White House is not likely to measure because Bush said he would any spending bill that appeal his budget request a veto. Another provision of the spending bill that the Bush administration is expected to oppose that, wipe out a policy directive that states would restrict capabilities expand SCHIP, according to Carey. The home remedies committee should discuss the bill, but a disagreement arose over another spending issue.

Finally, Carey discusses two other measures which pending before the recess. She says that the Congress additional war spending bill that approved a provision that would delay includes six new Medicaid regulations. Bush is expected to sign the bill. Meanwhile, a group of Senate Republicans blocked passage of the President Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, which would have allowed 50000000000 U.S. Dollars over five years to address HIV / AIDS and other diseases abroad. Reid said he would the bill the bill after the break.We sites some viral protein, that we monitor to identify future dominant strains have been able help the virus to be identified. .. Said Professor viral Came From BirdsA virus that cold-like symptoms cause humans to birds originated and may be are crossing the species barrier some 200 years ago, according to an article in the December issue of the Journal of General Virology publishes We That researchers hope that its findings help to understand us such as potentially lethal viral arise humans. – can be Human metapneumovirus is the second cause out of low infection Small Children studies are have shown to be that by the age of five, nearly all children had been exposed to the virus and re – infections seem to be frequent, said Prof. Fouchier.