This year we have enhanced the features applied to the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) content, offering for the first time:
- Deep-indexing of over 100,000 images, charts and graphs available from over 45 volumes of NEJM, now making them discoverable within search results
- Full-page PDF images – previously only available as text.
- NEJM Images in Clinical Medicine - "150 Images that Physicians Should Know." The images are classic representations of common, visually appealing, and important medical conditions.
Articles published in 2013 are cross-searchable with content from other leading publications, dissertations, reports, and e-books, giving researchers broad coverage in their subject of interest.
Here is handful of this year’s interesting articles in NEJM:
- The Randomized Registry Trial -- The Next Disruptive Technology in Clinical Research?
- Nivolumab plus Ipilimumab in Advanced Melanoma
- How AIDS Invented Global Health
- A Phase 3 Trial of Semagacestat for Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease
- Georgia Lahoud, Project Manager, Health Sciences
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