Between 2008 and 2012 the number of medications with the potential to cause serious harm by interacting with grapefruit increased from 17 to 43, said scientists writing in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.
What does CMA stand for?
CMA stands for Canadian Medical Association
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- Calgary Musicians Association
- California Maritime Academy
- California Medical Association
- California Military Academy
- California Modified Assessment (grade level testing)
- Cambodian Medical Association
- Campus Ministry Association (various schools)
- Canadian Manufacturers Association
- Canadian Marketing Association
- Canadian Motorcycle Association
- Canadian Museums Association
- Canis Majoris
- Canis Majors
- Capital Market Assumption
- Capital Market Authority (Oman)
- Carbon Management Association
- Carbon Market Analyst (publication; Point Carbon)
- Cardiomyopathy Association (UK; formerly HCA)
- Career Management Association (Canada)
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Canadian Medical Association, meanwhile, commented: "While for some this is an ideological issue, for physicians it's about the autonomy to make medical decisions based on evidence, and the evidence shows that supervised injection reduces the spread of infectious diseases and the incidence of overdose and death.
Source: Canadian Medical Association Journal, September 6, 2011.
The study, published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, analysed data for more than 8,000 people from 14 medical trials.
According to the study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, the drug varenicline (brand name Chantix) is linked to a 72 percent greater risk of hospitalization due to a serious adverse cardiovascular event like a heart attack or arrhythmia), said study lead investigator Curt Furberg of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.
The editorial appears in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.
Canadian Medical Association Journal, JANUARY 29, 2008
Now an article in the Canadian Medical Association Journal suggests that the evidence for the use of omega-3 fatty acids is actually quite weak and that for preventing arrhythmia--where fish oil was originally considered the most beneficial - the evidence is particularly poor.