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AMA withdraws from CME accrediting body.
The AMA House of Delegates voted to withdraw from the Liaison Committee on Continuing Medical Education and return to its own accrediting system. The move ends a situation that has irritated the state associations, but it opens the possibility of two CME accrediting bodies. The AMA also modified its stand on chiropractic in an attempt to stop its mounting legal problems.