Editor's note

April 2007
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;4/24/2007, Vol. 176 Issue 9, p1310
Academic Journal
The article reports on the appeal of the journal "CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association (CMA) Journal" on readers responses to the published articles. The author highlights the large number of letters received by the journal with regard to the CMA's policy on induced abortion. To clarify some issues, the journal requested the association to clarify their position by providing case-based example. Furthermore, the journal will no longer published any further letters on this topic.


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