Medical journals at knock-down prices

Six major journal publishers have agreed to offer researchers and students in developing countries either free or dramatically discounted online access to their medical journals, reports this story from the New York Times. This comes in response to a request from the World Health Organization and covers \"about 1,000 of the world\'s top 1,240 medical journals\". However, there is still work to be done as not all the institutions have the computers on which to access these online journals and the big university presses still have to be asked. But did you know that access to the British Medical Journal and The Lancet have been free for years?
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