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I cannot get access to this article and can't request it on Illiad, please help. M.H.A. RUSTIN, N.E. ALMOND, J.A. BEACHAM, R.J. BROOKS, D.P.

I cannot get access to this article and can't request it on Illiad, please help. M.H.A. RUSTIN, N.E. ALMOND, J.A. BEACHAM, R.J. BROOKS, D.P. JONES, E.D. COOKE and P.M. Dowd The effect of captopril on cutaneous blood flow in patients with primary Raynaud's phenomenon British Journal of Dermatology 117 Article first published online: 29 JUL 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2133.1987.tb07356.x
I am looking for two clinical trials for Captopril in Raynaud's phenomenon, and all these clinical trials are pre-1990, and I am having trouble finding them.
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Hello Daniel,

The library does not own the British Journal of Dermatology for 1987, the year of the publication of your journal.  The library had it in print 1994-2007 and online from 1997 on. Even though it says it was availble online in 2006, it is still considered a 1987 article. You will need to use ILLiad on the library's webpage under Services to place an interlibray loan request.  Here's the complet citation.

Br J Dermatol. 1987 Dec;117(6):751-8.

The effect of captopril on cutaneous blood flow in patients with primary Raynaud's phenomenon.

Many of our online journal subscriptions begin in the mid-nineties, though there are some exceptions.  If you search our Journal List, also on the library's web page, with the name of the journal, it has entries for our online and print holdings.
Jeanette McVeigh,
Coordinator of Electronic Resources
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