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Is the ACCME cracking down on quackery in continuing medical education (CME) offerings? Richard Jaffe thinks so.

03:00 EDT 20 Mar 2017 | Science-Based Medicine

Richard Jaffe, a lawyer who has made a career out of defending quacks like Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski, thinks that the ACCME, the main accrediting body for continuing medical education (CME) credits, is cracking down on "complementary and alternative medicine" CME courses. That would be a very good thing indeed, but is it really happening? More importantly, would it be enough?

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