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BMJ

A premier peer-reviewed medical journal which began in 1840 as the Provincial Medical and Surgical Journal and later changed to the British Medical Journal, which was eventually shortened to BMJ. It was the first journal to report a randomised clinical trial and the first to link lung cancer to smoking. It has an article acceptance rate of 7%. Dr. Fiona Godlee has headed the London-based, BMA-owned publication since 2005.

BMJ

Abbrev. for British Medical Journal.
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To read the journal study, go to the August 19, 2008, issue of British Medical Journal at bmj.
He submitted another extraordinary paper, this time to the British Medical Journal It showed that the same multivitamin pill he used in his 1992 research--which he by then had patented--could improve the memory and thinking skills of older people and perhaps prevent Alzheimer's disease.
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In the British Medical Journal, the researchers concluded that, "there is a consistent association between stressful life events and subsequent exacerbations in multiple sclerosis.
Singer point out in their 2000 British Medical Journal article, "A New Look at International Research Ethics," ethical reasoning shouldn't merely follow simple prescribed rules but should consider each case as it exists in its own context, "weighing and balancing competing moral requirements and developing justifiable conclusions.
Marston C, Meltzer H and Majeed A, Impact on contraceptive practice of making emergency hormonal contraception available over the counter in Great Britain: repeated cross sectional surveys, British Medical Journal, 2005, 331(7511):271 <http://bmj.
Scientific studies published in Studies in Family Planning (March 2004) and the British Medical Journal (April 10, 2004) state that there are no clear examples of a country that has turned back a generalized AIDS epidemic by means of condom promotion.
According to a report published in the British Medical Journal (June 4, 2005) they recommend heroin prescriptions for addicted persons for whom treatment programs have failed.
The mortality rates, to be published in the British Medical Journal today, show that all 25 surgeons in north west England are performing above national averages.
National Institutes of Health (NIH)--specifically, the National Library of Medicine (NLM), the Fogarty International Center, and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)--sponsored a meeting in London at the offices of the British Medical Journal (BMJ).
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