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The Lancet's New Online Medical Journal Helps Clinicians and Medical Researchers Find Practice-Changing Evidence Quickly and Easily
Date:10/29/2008

LONDON, October 29 /PRNewswire/ --

- Utilizing Best-In-Class Web Technologies, TheLancet.com has Been Completely Rebuilt, Providing a Smooth and Speedy Online Environment for Busy Clinicians to Access the Latest Medical Evidence

The Lancet, the world's leading independent suite of medical journals, today announced the relaunch of its online medical journals at http://www.TheLancet.com. Owned by Elsevier, the world's leading scientific, medical and technical publisher, TheLancet.com is the company's latest solution for delivering flagship medical journal content in daily, contextualised updates for the clinical community.

Unique benefits for busy clinicians and medical researchers

The site provides three unique benefits for busy hospital clinicians and medical researchers:

- Quick and easy access to daily online first research published across

The Lancet journals (The Lancet, The Lancet Infectious Diseases, The

Lancet Neurology and The Lancet Oncology).

- Free access to exclusive online-only editorial analysis of how the most

important published research impacts practice.

- Specialty-specific article collections from across The Lancet journals,

providing immediately relevant updates for specialists will be launched

over the coming months.

"TheLancet.com is critical to fulfilling The Lancet's mission to improve patient care and public health, nationally and internationally," said Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief.

"We bring new research and leading insights from remarkable scientists to clinicians quickly, with the intention to help thinking, practice, and policy making. The way we have organised our information we hope will maximise the impact of that work. Our goal is to foster the generation of reliable clinical evidence and the application of that evidence at the point where doctors need it most, wh
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