A recommendation by the American Medical Association’s Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs to eliminate industry funding from medical education wasn’t approved by the AMA’s Reference Committee on Amendments to Constitution and Bylaws this week, but it could return in another form next year. At a hearing on June 15 at the AMA’s annual House of Delegates meeting, speakers representing more than 40 organizations, including the Alliance for CME, North American Association of Medical ...

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