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Germany agrees archive licence with ASCO

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Journal of Clinical Oncology legacy content, from the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), is now available to universities, libraries and research institutions in Germany.

Over 5,000 articles published between 1983 and 1998 will now be available to universities and other publicly-financed research institutions in Germany.

The agreement is part of a German initiative to improve access to specialised electronic resources for over 170 universities, research institutes and academic libraries, financially supported by DFG and coordinated by major research libraries like the Bavarian State Library. It was negotiated by e-Licensing, ASCO’s publisher representative for Europe and North America.