Reports by the Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs (CEJA) interpret the AMA Principles of Medical Ethics to provide practical ethics guidance on timely topics.
When the AMA House of Delegates adopts the recommendations of a CEJA report they become Opinions in the Code of Medical Ethics. The body of the report, which sets out CEJA’s ethics analysis, is archived and remains available as a resource to help users apply guidance.
CEJA reports may not be reproduced without express written permission.
- Expanded Access to Investigational Therapies (PDF) CEJA Report 4-A-18 (Opinion 7.3.10)
- Amendment to Opinion 2.146, "Cloning for Biomedical Research" (PDF) CEJA Report 5-A-11 (Opinion 7.3.8)
- Informed Consent in Research Involving Stored Human Biological Materials (PDF) CEJA Report 6-A-11 (Opinion 7.1.2)
- Human and Nonhuman Hybrids (PDF) CEJA Report 6-A-09 (Opinion 7.3.8)
- Informed Consent in Investigational Trials (PDF) CEJA Report 4-I-08 (Opinion 7.1.2)
- Amendment to Opinion 9.095, "Trademarks, Patents, Copyrights, and Other Legal Restrictions on Medical Procedures" (PDF) CEJA Report 3-I-07 (Opinion 7.2.3)
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