The fifth time was the charm for the American Medical Association’s Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs 1-A-11 report, "Financial Relationships with Industry in Continuing Medical Education,” which was passed by the AMA House of Delegates in late June. While the most recent version still frowns on the commercial support of CME, its stance was softened from that of earlier versions that had called for the elimination of industry funding from medical education. The ...

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