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The University of California is working to get Elsevier (the publisher) to take all UC publications out from behind the paywall.

I also link blog posts to the PubMed cite, which makes all NIH research freely available one year after the paper is published.  It's not ideal, but it is better than it used to be.

I do publish some papers in open access journals, when it is the appropriate journal.  I also send free PDF eprints when people ask for them.

I have not worked with the Death File, but it seems like a good idea if it is possible to get data on individuals' e-cigarette use, which is not collected very well in electronic medical records.  (Neither is smoking, although it is getting better.)

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