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Fiscal Year 2013 Budget

CDC’s National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCBDDD) fiscal year (FY) 2013 appropriation includes $137.586 millioni 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.

Budget Pie Chart for 2013

NCBDDD FY 2013 Appropriations
(in thousands)

Child Health and Development

$62,100

Birth Defects

$17,618

     Craniofacial Malformation

$1,809

     Fetal Death

$808

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

$9,884

Folic Acid

$2,785

Infant Health

$7,885

Autism

$21,311

Health and Development w/ Disabilities

$56,697

Disability and Health (includes CDS)*

$ 13,408

Limb Loss

$2,826

Tourette Syndrome

$1,701

EHDI

$10,653

Muscular Dystrophy

$5,841

Paralysis

$6,715

ADHD

$1,718

Fragile X

$1,684

Spina Bifida

$5,747

Congenital Heart Failure (Disease)

$1,994

Public Health Approach to Blood Disorders

$18,789

Blood Disorders - Unspecified

$258

Hemophilia

$16,670

Thalassemia

$1,861

NCBDDD Total

$137,586

i This amount does not reflect a reduction of $6.9 million due to sequestration.

 

Learn more about  NCBDDD’s budget here [PDF - 208KB].

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