May 19, 2006
Today at a Senate Hearing NAMI President, Suzanne Vogel-Scibilia, testified on the importance of mental illness research and the need for continued investment in medical research on schizophrenia, bipolar disease, and major depression. In her testimony, Dr. Vogel-Scibilia made clear that proposals to freeze funding for the National Institute on Mental Health (NIMH) will compromise our ability to develop a third generation of more effective treatments and movement toward cures for these devastating illnesses.
To view Dr. Vogel-Scibilia’s statement, click here.
To view NAMI’s full statement on the FY 2007 budget for the NIMH, click here.
To view NAMI’s Press Release from May 19, 2006 regarding the hearing, click here.
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