AUL's amicus brief was filed on behalf of American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians & Gynecologists, Christian Medical Association, Catholic Medical Association, Physicians for Life, National Association of Pro Life Nurses, National Association of Catholic Nurses, and The National Catholic Bioethics Center.
What does CMA stand for?
CMA stands for Catholic Medical Association
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- Carbon Market Analyst (publication; Point Carbon)
- Cardiomyopathy Association (UK; formerly HCA)
- Career Management Association (Canada)
- Carnegie Museum of Art
- Carolina Marathon Association (Columbia, SC)
- Case Management Agency
- Case Manager Assistant (various organizations)
- Casey Martin Award (Nike)
- Cash Management Account
- Catchment Management Authority (Australian water program)
- Census Metropolitan Area
- Center for Management Assistance
- Center for Medicare Advocacy
- Center for Missing Adults
- Center for Movement Arts (Portland, OR)
- Center on Minority Aging (University of North Carolina)
- Centered Moving Average
- Central Meteorological Agency (Japan)
- Centrale Marketing-Gesellschaft mbH der Deutschen Agrarwirtschaft (German: German Agricultural Marketing Board)
- Centrally Managed Account (USAF)
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On the day after his interview with Civilta Cattolica was published, Pope Francis addressed the International Federation of Catholic Medical Associations and urged the doctors to help the world recognize "the imprint of the creative work of God, from the very first moment of conception.
Yesterday's conference was sponsored by the Worcester Guild of the Catholic Medical Association and the Respect Life Office of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Worcester.
Thomas in Minneapolis, who wrote a brief against Oregon's law on behalf of the Catholic Medical Association, said she doesn't think O'Connor will get a chance to vote on the case.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, the Catholic Health Association (a trade organization for Catholic health institutions) and the Catholic Medical Association have urged lawmakers to uphold this federal refusal clause.
Though co-sponsored by the Pontifical Academy for Life and the International Federation of Catholic Medical Associations, that congress featured presentations by world-renowned medical experts of various religious and moral views, including some who clearly did not agree with Catholic moral teaching.
com) today announced that its lead stem cell researcher, Francisco Silva, has been invited to present the company's germ cell reprogramming technology at an international conference on stem cell research organized by the Pontifical Academy for Life and the World Federation of Catholic Medical Associations.
The Catholic Medical Association filed a brief explaining the legal definition of pregnancy, and how existing law supports the Greens' objection to providing drugs that could terminate a life.