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Military Support

I’ve done everything I could as a civilian to protect and heal our service men and women, our veterans, and to secure the United States of America.

I strongly support our US military and the security of the United States, and I always have. When Saddam Hussein was building his chemical and biological weapons stockpiles in the 1990s, I was at the US Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, developing technology to protect our military from these horrors. Later, as a professor of oncology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, I was awarded a grant from the US Department of Defense to find new treatments for prostate cancer, a disease that many of our Veterans suffer from. Also while at Johns Hopkins, I received a NATO grant to prevent East European scientists from flowing into Iraq and Iran to work on their nuclear programs. While I never served in the military, I’ve done everything I could as a civilian to protect and heal our service men and women, our veterans, and to secure the United States of America.