The New England Journal of Medicine is the current name of an American medical research journal that has been published since the 1800s.
The New England Journal of Medicine began publishing under its current name in 1928, with volume 198. Volumes 1-197 were published under the title "Boston Medical and Surgical Journal"; online copies of those earlier volumes are linked under "Related Resources" below. Issue copyright renewals began in 1957; there is also one copyright-renewed article from 1955. This journal is still published today.
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