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Is there a repository for these guidelines that is available to students somewhere? Through PubMed the abstracts are accessible but not the full guidelines.
 

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Is there a repository for these guidelines that is available to students somewhere? Through PubMed the abstracts are accessible but not the full guidelines.


If a journal is not free, it is not free. Fortunately, almost every academic center spends thousands of dollars subscribing to these databases, so you just need to go there to do your research. Once you get it in pubmed, scroll down to the drop down menu dear display...Switch it from abstract plus to "linkout" and you'll get links to the full article via these databases...And most academic centers will be subscribed to these databases, so you can quickly get the articles you need.