Two months after publication of the HIV study above, the New England Journal of Medicine published results from screening over 31,000 patients annually (about two thirds of them in the U.
What does NEJM stand for?
NEJM stands for New England Journal of Medicine
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- National Equal Justice Award Dinner (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
- New England Joint Board (workers' union; Leonminster, MA)
- New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement
- New England Jazz Ensemble (est. 1991)
- New England Journal of Entrepreneurship (John F. Welch College of Business; Sacred Heart University; Fairfield, CT)
- New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail Route (US National Park Service)
- New England Japan Exchange and Teaching Alumni Association (est. 1989)
- North East Junior Golf Tour
- New England Journal of Homeopathy
- National Equal Justice Library (Washington, DC)
- Northeast Environmental Justice Network (New York, NY)
- New England Journal of Medicine
- New England Journal of Public Policy (University of Massachusetts)
- Northern Europe Jazz Quartet
- Near Eastern and Judaic Studies
- New England Journal of Skepticism (est. 1998)
- New England Java Users Group
- Natsionalna Elektricheska Kompania (Bulgarian: National Electric Company; Bulgaria)
- Nordisk Embedsmandskomité for Konsumentspørgsmål (Danish: Nordic Senior Officials Cooperation Committee on Consumer Questions)
- Normal Human Epidermal Keratinocyte (cancer research)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Oral contraceptives and the risk of myocardial infarction, New England Journal of Medicine, 2001, 345(25): 1787-1793.
Today, the New England Journal of Medicine publishes the landmark study containing the data that got the drug Herceptin approved by the Food and Drug Administration in September 1998.
5 New England Journal of Medicine that people whose tumors express the DCC (deleted in colon cancer) gene are more likely to survive than those whose tumors do not.
write New England Journal of Medicine editors Jerome Kassirer and Marcia Angell.
The New England Journal of Medicine called their article "an almost unduplicated instance of self-restraint in medical reporting.