Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 1st, 1995
Chief of Staff Leon Panetta released a letter he sent to Defense Secretary William Perry in which he said that President Clinton was very disturbed by a report that the military might not spend $180 million allocated for the research.
The Washington Post reported that $30 million earmarked for AIDS research and $150 million for breast cancer research might not be spent because the Pentagon did not consider them essential parts of the military's medical program.
The Pentagon's chief budget planner,...
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