AMWA cosponsored the National Association of Margarine Manufacturers website (see NAMM site; reported in AMWA website, December 18, 1997).
AMWAs Advanced Curriculum on Womens Health Part I and Part II were sponsored by educational grants from The Upjohn Company, which were instrumental in developing the curriculum, and by contributions from Aetna Health Plans, Astra/Merck, Bristol-Meyers Squibb Company, Marion Merrell Dow, Mead Johnson Division, Trylon Corporation, and Zeneca Pharmaceuticals. Contributions are being solicited for the 1998 program. (http://www.amwa.org/, December 18, 1997)
The Education Project on Coronary Heart Disease in Women is funded by an unrestricted educational grant from Dupont Radiopharma-ceuticals. The nutritional module is funded by an unrestricted educational grant from the National Association of Margarine Manufacturers. (http://www.amwa.org/, December 18, 1997)
According to Modern Healthcare, the AMWA Product Acceptance Program, which was active from 1985 to at least 1998, included NatureMade Vitamins. A nonexclusive arrangement cost $25,000 to review a product to see if it enhances womens health, and can say AMWA Accepted. (Modern Healthcare, 2/2/98)
2002 Corporate Partners of the AMWA Foundation. (Corporate members contribute $10,000 annually in support of the Foundation.)
- Abbott Laboratories
- Bayer Corporation
- Eli Lilly and Company
- Merck & Co., Inc.
- Pfizer Inc
- Pharmacia Corporation
- The Procter & Gamble Company
(http://www.amwa-doc.org/foundation2.html, accessed 5/2/03)