American Medical Association

“We’re five months into this and there are still shortages of gowns, hair covers, shoe covers, masks, N95 masks,” said the president of National Nurses United.
“We’re setting records, practically every day," the nation's top infectious disease expert warned.
The president suggested there's nothing to lose by trying an anti-malarial drug for COVID-19. Doctors say you could lose your life.
The doctors association sounds the alarm on lack of coronavirus testing kits and protective gear for health care workers.
“America’s health care system must be there to help," wrote the heads of the AMA, the American Hospital Association and the American Nurses Association.
"Health risks in the future are dire without urgent action," wrote the American Medical Association and dozens of other health organizations.
The Trump administration’s new rule will bar doctors for low-income women from offering full info on reproductive care options.
Critics in the medical community say it’s hypocritical to back staunchly pro-gun lawmakers and demand action on gun violence.
The new border policy could have lifelong medical consequences for these children.
The group calls for banning sales and possession of all assault-style weapons and high-capacity magazines.