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JAMA Network Backfiles Access
JAMA Network Backfiles include every issue of JAMA Network Journals published from 1883 through 1997. This essential collection includes landmark articles that played a pivotal role in shaping the last century of medical research, clinical practice, and public health.
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Q: What are the rules around reprints and their usage requirements?
A: Full-text reprints and e-prints must follow the AMA Publishing Reprints Standards.
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Q: Can I buy a reprint of an Online First (published ahead of print) article? If so, how?
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A: Multimedia and online-only material are available as part of your reprint and e-print purchase. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with requests or for more information.
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A: Yes, reprints and e-prints may be translated to the language of your choice. Many articles are already available in multiple languages. Contact email@example.com to inquire about availability.
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