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American Medical Association (AMA) - History, Charitable activities, Political positions, Criticisms

An association founded in Philadelphia in 1847 ‘to promote the science and art of medicine and the betterment of public health’. Its membership includes over 300 000 US doctors from all specialties, expressing a corporate view on most aspects of health care.

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