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Fiscal Year 2014 Budget

CDC’s National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCBDDD) fiscal year (FY) 2014 appropriation includes $122.435 million for Child Health and Development, Health and Development with Disabilities, and Public Health Approach to Blood Disorders.

Funds are currently supporting surveillance, research, and prevention activities that are addressing issues with the greatest public health burden and implementing strategies to improve health outcomes.

 Pie Chart Showing 2014 Budget for NCBDDD

NCBDDD FY 2014 Appropriations
(in thousands)

Child Health and Development

$59,450

Birth Defects

$16,890

Craniofacial Malformation

$0

Fetal Death

$810

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

$9,700

Folic Acid

$2,800

Infant Health

$7,750

 Child Development Studies

 $314

Early Hearing Detection and Intervention

$849

Autism

$21,500

External Inquiry Responses

$493

Health and Development w/ Disabilities

$49,985

Disability and Health

$ 18,100

               Child Development Studies

$2,944

               Intellectual Disability

 $4,525

Limb Loss

$2,700

Tourette Syndrome

$ 1,610

Early Hearing Detection and Intervention

$ 10,250

Muscular Dystrophy

$ 5,600

Reeve Paralysis Resource Ctr.

$0

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

$ 1,700

Fragile X

$ 1,625

Spina Bifida

$ 5,500

Congenital Heart Failure (Disease)

$2,900

Public Health Approach to Blood Disorders

$13,000

Blood Disorders - Unspecified

$4,000

Hemophilia

$2,000

Hemophilia Treatment Centers

$5,000

Thalassemia

$2,000

 

 

NCBDDD Total

$122,435

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