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British Medical Journal slated over ‘disgraceful’ obituary charge

Magazine urged to reverse decision to introduce £300 fee at a time when so many doctors are dying of CovidThe British Medical Journal, the respected t

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Magazine urged to reverse decision to introduce £300 fee at a time when so many doctors are dying of Covid

The British Medical Journal, the respected trade publication for doctors, is facing outrage from its readers over a decision to charge almost £300 for publishing obituaries during a pandemic.

A note on the BMJ’s website says that from this month the BMJ will be charging £299 for each medical obituary that it publishes. There is a discount of only £50 for members of British Medical Association, which owns the magazine and whose members receive copies as a perk.

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