CEJA Report Close, but no Cigar

The American Medical Association once again sends the Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs back to the drawing board on its commercial support report.

“Financial Relationships with Industry in Continuing Medical Education,” the much anticipated follow-up report from the American Medical Association's Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs, has not yet reached the end of what is turning out to be a long and winding road to acceptance. At the AMA's House of Delegates (HOD) meeting in Chicago in June, the association sent it back for more study instead of adopting it. As is often the case with issues involving pharmaceutical companies and fin

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