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The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) is a medical journal published by the Massachusetts Medical Society. Discover the latest research from NEJM here.

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The New England Journal of Medicine

A Trial of Lopinavir-Ritonavir in Adults Hospitalized with Severe Covid-19

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 19, 2020
Bin CaoChen Wang
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Fostemsavir in Adults with Multidrug-Resistant HIV-1 Infection

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 27, 2020
Michael KozalBRIGHTE Trial Team
The New England Journal of Medicine

A Phase 3 Trial of Luspatercept in Patients with Transfusion-Dependent β-Thalassemia

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 27, 2020
M Domenica CappelliniBELIEVE Investigators
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Cabazitaxel in Metastatic Prostate Cancer. Reply

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 27, 2020
Ronald de WitDaniel Castellano
The New England Journal of Medicine

A Modified Vaccine against Smallpox

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 27, 2020
Renata Engler, Leslie T Cooper
The New England Journal of Medicine

MRI Screening in Women with Dense Breasts

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 27, 2020
H Gilbert Welch, Per-Henrik Zahl
The New England Journal of Medicine

Activating Immunity to Fight a Foe - A New Path

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 27, 2020
Richard S Hotchkiss, Steven M Opal
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Telacebec (Q203), a New Antituberculosis Agent

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 27, 2020
Veronique R de JagerAndreas H Diacon
The New England Journal of Medicine

The Toughest Triage - Allocating Ventilators in a Pandemic

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 24, 2020
Robert D TruogGeorge Q Daley
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Audio Interview: Practical Measures to Help Prevent Covid-19

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 27, 2020
Eric J RubinStephen Morrissey
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Endometriosis

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 27, 2020
Krina T ZondervanStacey A Missmer
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The New England Journal of Medicine

MRI Screening in Women with Dense Breasts

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 27, 2020
Philippe Autier
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Covid-19 - The Search for Effective Therapy

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 19, 2020
Lindsey R Baden, Eric J Rubin
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MRI Screening in Women with Dense Breasts. Reply

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 27, 2020
Marije F BakkerCarla H van Gils
The New England Journal of Medicine

Novel Coronavirus and Old Lessons - Preparing the Health System for the Pandemic

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 27, 2020
John L Hick, Paul D Biddinger
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Case 10-2020: An 83-Year-Old Man with Pancytopenia and Acute Renal Failure

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 27, 2020
David B SykesSarah E Turbett
The New England Journal of Medicine

Lay Responder Care for the Adult Victim of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest. Reply

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 27, 2020
William J BradyCorey M Slovis
The New England Journal of Medicine

Regulating Vaping - Policies, Possibilities, and Perils

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 27, 2020
Jody L Sindelar
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The New England Journal of Medicine

From Ariadne's Thread to the Labyrinth Itself - Nosology and the Infrastructure of Modern Medicine

The New England Journal of MedicineMarch 27, 2020
Anne Kveim Lie, Jeremy A Greene

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