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Friday, January 17, 2003

Today the World Health Organization added 43 countries to the set of countries eligible to participate in the HINARI project, which arranges tiered pricing of 2,200 medical journals so that the subscription prices for developing nations are either greatly discounted or entirely waived. Now the program embraces 112 nations and 28 publishers. (Thanks to Terry Foreman.)