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BMJ on LinkedIn: #stmpublishing #newrole #bmj

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Linkedin - We are looking for an Editor-in-Chief to develop the editorial scope and strategy for a new, leading, open access, general medical journal. The new...

  • We are looking for an Editor-in-Chief to develop the editorial scope & strategy for a new, leading, open access, general medical journal. The new journal will be a companion journal to @bmj_latest in the BMJ family of #openaccess journals. Find out more: https://t.co/LvfMsmaTeB

SAGE Journals - Nutritional epigenetics is a rapidly expanding field of research, and the natural modulation of the genome is a non-invasive, sustainable, and personalized...

OUP Academic - Endosonography and [18F]fluorodeoxyglucose PET–CT combined is highly accurate in detecting recurrent disease after radical operation for gastro-oesophageal,...

Wolters Kluwer Health

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  • In this #openaccess case series, Ozler et al report two siblings with tufting enteropathy who lack intestinal EPCAM expression due to homozyous mutations but tolerate a normal diet. https://t.co/VSye4bQPG4

www.ethndis.org - Social Determinants of Health and Implementation Research: Three Decades of Progress and a Need for...

CKD Progression and Mortality Among Men and Women: A Nationwide Study in Sweden

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American Journal of Kidney Diseases - Women are overrepresented in early Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Recent evidence has found sex-specific differences in CKD progression and mortality. However, these studies have...

COVID‐19: Pediatric Investigation: Vol 4, No 4

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SAGE Journals - Communication systems within and between plant cells involve the transfer of ions and molecules between compartments, and are essential for development and...

SAGE Journals - Study Design: Systematic review. Objective: To assess the current literature regarding the relationship between the shoulder and the spine with regard to (1)...

Williams–Campbell syndrome: an unusual presentation in an adult patient | BJR|case reports | Vol 7, No 1

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www.birpublications.org - Objective:Williams–Campbell syndrome (WCS) is a rare congenital disorder, which leads to bronchiectasis affecting fourth to sixth order of bronchial divisions. Symptoms include cough, sputum,...