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BMJ (branded as BMJ Group until 2013) is a British publisher of medical journals. Established in 1840, the company is owned by the British Medical Association.
- 1865-71: Baby farming - BMJ was largely responsible for the Infant Life Protection Act of 1872, directed against the lucrative practice of baby farming. The BMJ led a series of exposures which forced an inquiry into the state of London's work-house infirmaries.