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1.  In Memoriam 
California Medicine  1973;119(6):69-70.
PMCID: PMC1455375
3.  ACUPUNCTURE THERAPY 
California Medicine  1973;119(6):73-74.
PMCID: PMC1455371
4.  Correction 
California Medicine  1973;119(6):69.
PMCID: PMC1455370
5.  The CMA as a new kind of organizational instrument. 
California Medicine  1973;119(6):3-17.
PMCID: PMC1455368  PMID: 4759818
6.  From the past to the future. 
California Medicine  1973;119(6):38-41.
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PMCID: PMC1455367  PMID: 4586352
9.  BONE TUMORS 
California Medicine  1973;119(6):72-73.
PMCID: PMC1455364
11.  RHEUMATIC FEVER 
California Medicine  1973;119(6):72.
PMCID: PMC1455361
12.  DISEASES OF THE BREAST 
California Medicine  1973;119(6):71-72.
PMCID: PMC1455360
13.  A new journal and an energetic medical association. 
California Medicine  1973;119(6):1.
PMCID: PMC1455359  PMID: 4759817
14.  Blue Shield, the doctor and the public they serve. 
California Medicine  1973;119(6):60-65.
PMCID: PMC1455358  PMID: 4586353
15.  CMA in action. 
California Medicine  1973;119(6):18-37.
PMCID: PMC1455356  PMID: 4759816
21.  Where We Stand—CMA Position Papers: • Abortion • Acupuncture • Chiropractic • Confidentiality • Cost of Care • Drug Abuse • Environmental Health • Health Education for the Public • Health in the United States • Health Quackery • Health Maintenance Organizations and Prepaid Health Plans • Health Manpower • National Health Insurance • Physician's Assistants • Physician Unions • Professional Standards Review Organizations • Quality Medical Care 
California Medicine  1973;119(6):42-59.
To serve the interests of members and to function in the public interest, the California Medical Association must set policies and take positions on current issues affecting the health care of Californians. These policies then guide the activities of the Association in fulfilling its leadership role and its responsibility to the public.
Delegates, elected by the membership of CMA's component medical societies, meet annually to deliberate and determine the policies and courses of action for the Association. Between meetings of these Delegates, the CMA Councilors, elected by their district membership, implement the directives of the Delegates and set interim policies. By this democratic process, the membership governs the CMA.
Association members must be informed if they are to participate effectively in the affairs of their medical organizations. To disseminate better understanding of CMA's activities, position papers on current issues have been developed. They are based on House of Delegates resolutions and Council actions. Entitled “Where We Stand on Medical and Health Issues,” these papers represent the current policy positions of CMA. Each paper is annotated to give the reference source of the policy actions.
As with any organization, CMA policies are subject to timely revision. When policies are amended or new policies are adopted, new papers will be developed.
PMCID: PMC1455357  PMID: 4148533
25.  IV. The ileostomy. 
California Medicine  1973;119(5):30-35.
PMCID: PMC1455342  PMID: 4755692

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