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January 04, 2005

AMA wants expert reform

Correctly concluding that damage caps aren't enough, organized medicine now is getting ready to tackle the issue of scientific testimony: "Reining in medical expert witnesses was perhaps the most talked-about idea at the American Medical Association Interim Meeting here in December." Among ideas advanced: getting more states to adopt Daubert principles.

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