New England Journal of Medicine: Rolling Back the Years

"In our inquiries into any particular subject of Medicine, our labours will generally be shortened and directed to their proper objects, by a knowledge of preceding discoveries."

Those were the timeless words of Dr. John Warren in "Remarks on Angina Pectoris," the first article published in the inaugural issue of the New England Journal of Medicine in 1812. Now we are happy to shorten your labors and expand your knowledge of preceding discoveries by announcing the purchase of access to all 198 years of the NEJM.

The earliest NEJM articles, published between 1812 and 1944, are presented as searchable PDFs. Articles published between 1945 and 1989 are fully searchable, tabbed for easy access, and available as PDFs or full-text HTML with downloadable graphics. You can browse and sort articles using filters; search the entire archive by specialty, topic, or article type; and filter search results for greater precision.

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