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>> Thursday, February 12, 2015

You will get 99% of premium scientific /medical journals by any of the following methods.Remember that these methods changes by time.So visit my blog regularly for updates

1) First one is  . 
You may notice the site is Russian, but it is not a problem, as it has a search field and you probably know how to use Google. Don’t fear, just search for a paper you are interested in and it will do a search on Google Scholar.So what’s the deal? The deal is that you have access to all papers returned in the search, even those you wouldn’t have if you did a plain search.This site uses proxy address of many universities worldwide.So if you fail to download from proxy of one university just reload the page .Then site will try next proxy.You can see the number of proxies available at the bottom of that page.In some countries this site is blocked .In that situations use a russian proxy website or a VPN,

NOTE: Sometimes its servers are down. This should be temporary.In that case you can try second method.

2) Second one is or .This sites stores thousands of journal copies.Just search there. Search by DOI or  Author+Article or Journal Title or ISSN .

3) If You Did Not Find The Paper You Need In LibGen. You Can Find It By Facebook. There Are Some Special Groups That Can Send To You Any Paper You Want.All You Need Is To Copy The Link Of Any Paper You Need And Paste In The Group, And Ask Them To Send It To You.Few such groups are a) c) and many more .Search facebook and join such groups.

Remember that these methods changes by time.So visit my blog regularly for updates.
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