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AMA freezing subscription prices for 2010

***With apologies for cross posting***

American Medical Association to freeze subscription prices for 

The American Medical Association has announced that 2010 prices 
for JAMA & Archives Journals and American Medical News will 
remain the same as they were in 2009. The price freeze applies to 
American Medical News and all JAMA & Archives products, including 
the AMA Site License, institutional Limited Access subscriptions, 
individual print and online only subscriptions, and the recently 
completed JAMA & Archives Backfiles collection.

"We have come to this decision both as a direct response to 
requests from the library community and as a means to ensuring 
that our content remains available to the broadest possible range 
of readers," said Frank Krause, Vice President and General 
Manager of Publishing at the AMA.

Throughout 2009 and 2010, the AMA will continue to invest in the 
appearance and functionality of American Medical News and JAMA & 
Archives Journals (comprising JAMA, Archives of Dermatology, 
Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery, Archives of General 
Psychiatry, Archives of Internal Medicine, Archives of Neurology, 
Archives of Ophthalmology, Archives of Otolaryngology - Head & 
Neck Surgery, Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, and 
Archives of Surgery), adding improved navigation, search 
capability, and additional interactive and multimedia content.

For more information, contact JAMA & Archives at 312-670-7827 or 
e-mail journalsales@ama-assn.org

About JAMA & Archives Journals

Published continuously since 1883, JAMA is the most widely 
circulated peer-reviewed general medical journal in the world. 
Together with the specialty Archives Journals, also published by 
the American Medical Association, the JAMA & Archives family of 
journals is committed to promoting the art and science of 
medicine and promoting the betterment of public health. 
www.jama-archives.org <http://www.jama-archives.org/>

About The American Medical Association

The American Medical Association helps doctors help patients by 
uniting physicians nationwide to work on the most important 
professional and public health issues. Working together, the 
AMA's quarter of a million physician and medical student members 
are playing an active role in shaping the future of medicine. For 
more information on the AMA, please visit 

Elizabeth M. Solaro
Manager, Marketing and Promotions
JAMA & Archives Journals
American Medical Association