New Documents Shed Light On US Federal Funded Wuhan Lab | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

New Documents Shed Light On US Federal Funded Wuhan Lab

The National Institutes of Health, which has been in the fame area for its connections to the infamous Wuhan Institute of Virology, is the single biggest funder for biomedical research globally, with a budget surpassing $40 billion in 2020.

The agency encompasses 27 separate institutes, like the National Cancer Institute and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases headed by Dr. Anthony Fauci, which carry thousands of study projects across the United States.

NIH Director Francis Collins was keen to highlight the agency’s innovative achievements throughout congressional hearings this week amid mounting questions regarding the concept that COVID-19 could have escaped from the Wuhan lab last year.

The Biden administration has introduced a new high-risk, high-reward disease investigation agency called the Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health under the NIH, in which researchers will produce breakthrough treatments for cancer and Alzheimer's, as well as other serious and badly understood health conditions. Details of the new agency are scarce, though there are some standout NIH products of interest: