The American Medical Association's Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs won't recommend a ban on commercial support, according to its much-anticipated follow-up report, “Financial Relationships With Industry in Continuing Medical Education,” released in early May. The recommendation comes one year after the previous CEJA council proposed eliminating commercial support of CME, setting off a firestorm of protest. The recommendation was tabled and the report was referred back to CEJA to ...

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