Publication of the Archives of Internal Medicine began in 1908. The past 100 years have seen tremendous growth of the Archives to a position of international prominence. Our total circulation is approximately 90 000. International print distribution includes more than 70 countries throughout the Americas, Asia, and Europe. The journal also has worldwide reach on the Internet, and page views on the Internet now total over 2 million per yearly quarter. Over 50 000 individuals receive electronic copies of our table of contents for every issue. The Archives is routinely covered in the public media in such major publications as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and many other newspapers, as well as electronic media including television, radio, and Internet news outlets.
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