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Back to Volume 1, issue 1 (where available or the earliest digitalised versions held by BMJ) during Subscription Period only.
The associated “BMJ title list” provides full details.
The full back archive is now available for all BMJ owned Journals to volume 1, issue 1, which has no additional fee during the Licence Subscription Period only. Any further access to the archive post-termination requires a separate fee and additional licence terms and conditions.
Non-subscribers who register currently have free access to all articles published prior to 2006 back to volume 1, issue 1 (excluding databases) and subject to any BMJ policy changes, which may occur at any time without notice. Institutional subscribers may access the entire archive as part of their subscription during their subscription period only. Additional access beyond any Subscription Period expiring is at an additional fee and subject to new licence terms and conditions
BMJ has now digitised its owned journals back volumes from their original start date. For further information, see: http://group.bmj.com/group/media/bmj-journals-information-centre
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