The NEJM Archive: Now Free for a Limited Time

Posted by Karen Buckley • June 21st, 2011

The NEJM Archive is free until June 30. Every article NEJM published from 1812 to 1989, including some of the most noteworthy and influential research studies in modern medicine, is now available for your exploration.

For example, NEJM documented the first public demonstration of ether anesthesia in 1846, the first full description of a spinal-disk rupture in 1934, and the first successes in the treatment of early childhood leukemia in 1948. More recent articles include some of the earliest descriptions of AIDS and then of its treatment, and of aspirin and cholesterol-lowering agents in the prevention of heart disease.

We invite you to explore the rich NEJM Archive encompassing 150,000 articles, 85,316 images, and 8,657 issues. If you find something interesting, please come back and comment to share with others.

One Response to “The NEJM Archive: Now Free for a Limited Time”

  1. shellychen says:

    good place

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