The New-England Journal of Medicine and Surgery was an American medical research journal pushed in the early 1800s. It is the earliest predecessor to the modern-day New England Journal of Medicine.
The New-England Journal of Medicine and Surgery began publishing in 1812, and ran until 1826, after which it was succeeded by the New-England Medical Review and Journal. This in turn merged with another journal to become what is now the New Engladn Journal of Medicine.
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