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Statement of the American College of Physicians
January 16, 2013
Statement attributable to:David L. Bronson, MD, FACP
President, American College of Physicians
The American College of Physicians (ACP), representing 133,000
internal medicine physician specialists and medical student
members, pledges today to work with President Obama, Vice President
Biden, and members of Congress from both political parties to enact
and implement a comprehensive plan to reduce violence, injuries and
deaths from firearms. The policies proposed today by President
Obama appropriately included a multi-faceted approach that includes
measures to keep firearms out of the hands of persons likely to
commit violent acts, to ban assault-type weapons and high capacity
ammunition clips, to eliminate restrictions on research on the
causes of firearms-related violence, and to improve access to
mental health services. ACP agrees on the urgency of adoption of
policies that includes these and other measures and is committed to
being part of the change outlined by the President.
Specifically, ACP supports recommendations made on:
For more than 15 years, ACP has proposed and advocated for
policies to reduce deaths and injuries related to firearms and
other forms of violence, even as we must also acknowledge today
that more must be done. In addition to actively supporting the
President's call for immediate action by Congress to enact
legislation based on the policies unveiled today, ACP is conducting
a comprehensive review of the evidence on causes and solutions to
violence related to firearms and other forms of violence, and will
be sharing our analysis and recommendations later this year.
Today, we pledge to do our part to try to end the recurring
tragedy of deaths and injuries from persons using firearms and all
forms of violence.
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largest medical specialty organization and the second-largest
physician group in the United States. ACP members include 133,000
internal medicine physicians (internists), related subspecialists,
and medical students. Internal medicine physicians are specialists
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