Thorax in the 1960s

Robertson, A. J.
December 2006
Thorax;Dec2006, Vol. 61 Issue 12, p1016
Academic Journal
The article provides an overview of the condition of the journal's "Thorax" publication and circulation in 1960's. About 26 papers had been published during the period that deal on physiology, pathology, and radiology. In 1969, the number of papers published has increased to 64. The journal's paid circulation was 2,423 in 1960 while in 1969 the paid circulation was 3,301.


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