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The other Catholic medical association

By Peter Mirus (bio - articles - email) | Feb 10, 2012

As readers learn of the Catholic Health Association’s response to the HHS “compromise” (see paragraph 4), they might care to learn (if not already aware) that there is another Catholic medical association that can be relied on for a more, ahem, authentically Catholic viewpoint. If you would like to follow what’s going on at the Catholic Medical Association, you can visit the CMA blog and see what they have been up to.

After learning something about CMA, you can guess that the White House didn't choose to brief them in advance of this morning's "compromise" statement. (And perhaps you might be concerned about the organizations that the administration did choose to brief.)

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