Congressional health committee leaders have released a final draft of the 21st Century Cures Act, with the US House of Representatives expected to vote on the sweeping biomedical funding bill this Wednesday.

Key aspects of the proposed legislation include $4.8 billion in additional National Institutes of Health funding over 10 years to support key programs, including $1.4 billion for President Barack Obama’s Precision Medicine Initiative, $1.8 billion for Vice President Joe Biden’s Cancer Moonshot, and $1.6 billion for the BRAIN initiative.

The bill would also provide $500 million to the US Food and Drug Administration.