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The AMA, or American Medical Association, has had its fair share of controversies, including the use of the word “mood-altering drug” in its title, and its refusal to accept the findings of a major review of antidepressants.
More recently, the AMA has been criticized for the AMA’s lack of support for patients who want to try antidepressants.
But the AMA, which has about 1.3 million members, is a powerful lobbying group.
The AMA has also faced criticism for its role in the pharmaceutical industry.
For example, it was among the few doctors who did not approve of the use a new treatment for breast cancer, which led to a backlash from the public.
“The AMA was one of the only doctors who were able to stop it,” Dr. Andrew Wakefield, a leading cancer researcher, told CNN’s “The Lead” in 2014.
“But they were so concerned about getting it approved that they didn’t actually look at the scientific evidence.”
In an interview with CNN, Dr. William Smith, a clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of New South Wales, said the AMA was also a problem because of the way it operates.
“It’s a big group, and they’re very influential,” he said.
“It’s one thing for a group to say ‘You know what?
We’re going to be so careful in our clinical practice, that we don’t want to hurt people,’ but when you look at how they operate, it’s much more insidious.
They do everything they can to hide it.””
It creates a whole network of people who are not in the best interest of patients, and that creates a big problem for the public,” Smith said.