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Cablegate: Assessment of Nih Project Foreign Policy

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SUBJECT: ASSESSMENT OF NIH PROJECT FOREIGN POLICY
IMPLICATIONS

REF: STATE 21247

1. (U) Post sees no negative foreign policy implications of
the National Institutes of Health (NIH) project described in
reftel. Post provides a positive recommendation pending
human subject approval, on the understanding that NIH
researchers have received concurrence from related U.S. and
Bolivian research boards.
URS

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