The National Library of Medicine has announced its inclusion of more than 60,000 articles indexed in the 1947 Current List of Medical Literature in the PubMed database. The original database, MEDLINE, launched in 1971, contained citations to journal articles published from around 1966 onward. "Some contemporary medical questions can only be answered by consulting the older literature," said NLM Director Donald Lindberg in a statement.

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