Levin - Director, Center for Medical Consumers Ann F.
What does CMC stand for?
CMC stands for Center for Medical Consumers (New York, NY)
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We have 993 other meanings of CMC in our Acronym Attic
- Case Medical Center (University Hospitals of Cleveland)
- Cass Medical Center (Harrisonville, MO)
- Cassette Module Controller
- Catalina Marketing Corporation (various locations)
- Catholic Medical Center (Manchester, NH)
- Catholic Medical College (Vellore, Tamilnadu State, India)
- Cellular Mobile Carrier
- Center for Marine Conservation
- Center for Marketing Communications
- Center for Media Culture (Japan)
- Center for Microcontamination Control (University of Arizona)
- Center for Moral Clarity (Ohio)
- Center for Multimedia Communication
- Central Maintenance Computer
- Central Management Console (Riverbed Technology, Inc.)
- Central Message Controller
- Central Methodist College(MO)
- Central Michigan College (now Central Michigan University)
- Central Military Commission (China)
- Central Mindanao Colleges
Samples in periodicals archive:
Maryann Napoli, the center's associate director and webmaster, mostly writes and posts the reports that have raised the coverage of health care by the center for Medical Consumers above the bellwether national dailies mentioned at the start of this column.
Maryann Napoli, associate director of the Center for Medical Consumers, has written a very useful series of short articles about statins, heart disease, and women.
Arthur Levin, director of the Center for Medical Consumers, New York.
Physicians are overwhelmed by the thousands of drugs on the market" says Arthur Levin, director of the Center for Medical Consumers, an advocacy and education organization.
Arthur Levin, director of the Center for Medical Consumers in New York, said the research may help improve hospital discharge procedures.
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The statement was ``terrific,'' said Maryann Napoli, associate director of the Center for Medical Consumers in New York.