01Editor-in-chief Richard Horton finds a small space on his desk
02Awards and other paraphernalia on Horton’s shelves
03October issue of ‘The Lancet Neurology’
04The library contains issues dating back to 1823, the inaugural year of ‘The Lancet’
05Adrian Roots works on a medical illustration
06Horton’s pile of books is an accident waiting to happen
07A spread from an 1824 issue of ‘The Lancet’
08The podcast team put a show together
09Senior executive editor Pam Das has been on the team for 11 years
10‘The Lancet’ editorial floor at Elsevier HQ
11The weekly peer-review meeting
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Published by Karolinska Institutet four times a year and aimed at the general public interested in medicine. Medical Science is the English edition that comes out once a year.
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A Danish journal covering health and wellness. The weekly was founded in 1839 and has been available online since 1999.