200 Years of Shared History for MGH and NEJM

200 years ago John Collins Warren and James Jackson penned the Circular Letter which led to the establishment of the MGH.  These two Boston physicians also collaborated and began what is now the oldest continuously published medical journal in the world: the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). To commemorate the bicentennial of the NEJM and the history it shares with the MGH, Editor-in-Chief Jeffrey Drazen, MD, presented “Two Hundred Years of Medical Advances” Sept. 20 at the Medical Grand Rounds in the O’Keeffe Auditorium.

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