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Thyroid Cancer

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Most nodules are cysts filled with fluid or with a stored form of thyroid hormone called colloid. Solid nodules have little fluid or colloid. These nodules are more likely to be cancerous than are fluid-filled nodules. Some types of solid nodules, such as hyperplastic nodules and adenomas, have too many cells, but the cells are not cancer cells.

Tissue Repair and Regeneration

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Journal of Tissue Repair and Regeneration is an open access peer review journal, which covers all the areas in the fields of tissue repair and regeneration, which will acts as a media to update world wide researchers with the recent developments in this area. JTRR, also focuses on the recent mechanism, diagnosis and treatment of derma

International Journal of Translational Research

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International Journal of Translational Research is a multidisciplinary, peer reviewed, online scientific journal that publishes accurate, broad, clear, and pertinent translational Research. In silico, in vitro, ex vivo, in vivo, or clinical related studies are accepted. The published research is concentrated on any evidently defined clinical issue,

ADHD And Care

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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a brain disorder characterized by hyperactivity, inattention, impulsive etc. Though number of contributing factors have been identified no proper cause is identified yet. We encourage your ideas and contributions to help identify the cause and thus lead to its cure. Please submit your manuscripts.

Clinical Research In HIV AIDS And Prevention

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HIV is a virus that gradually attacks the immune system, which is our body's natural defense against illness. If a person becomes infected with HIV, they will find it harder to fight off infections and diseases. The virus destroys white blood cell and makes copies of itself inside them. Infected may carry various different strains in their body.

Brain And Spinal Cancer

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A brain tumor is an abnormal growth of tissue in the brain or central spine that can disrupt proper brain function. Doctors refer to a tumor based on where the tumor cells originated, and whether they are cancerous or not. Brain and spinal cord tumors are different for everyone. They form in different areas and develop from different cell types.

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Depression And Therapy
ISSN 2476-1710
Cognitive behavior therapy in the school setting: A case study of a nine year old anxious boy with extreme blushing

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Evolving Stem Cell Research
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Dual effects of neuroprotection and neurotoxicity by general anesthetics on neural stem cells: Role of autophagy

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Bioinformatics And Diabetes
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Pregnancy Outcome in Gestational Diabetes Mellitus under Treatment

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Fetal Surgery
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Repeat Thoraco-Amniotic shunt placement to treat Fetal Pleural Effusion due to Pulmonary Sequestration

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Ageing Research And Healthcare
ISSN 2474-7785
Addressing Malnutrition Across the Continuum of Care: Which Patients Are Likely to Receive Oral Nutritional Supplements

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Hypertension and Cardiology
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Rate pressure product responses during an acute session of isometric resistance training: A randomized trial

Hypertension is a major modifiable risk factor for cardiovascular disease, re...

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Hematology And Oncology Research
ISSN 2372-6601
Sub-types and treatment outcomes of adolescent and adult non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in a resource poor setting

Background: The diagnosis and treatment outcomes of Non- Hod...

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Woman's Reproductive Health
ISSN 2381-862X
The relationship between postpartum depression and cognitions about motherhood during pregnancy Postpartum depression is a common mood disorder following childbirth. Depression...
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Evolving Stem Cell Research
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Emerging Paradigms in Regenerative Medicine: Stem cell Therapies

Stem cell research is now emerging as most exciting and promising area of mod...

Editors In Chief

Alfonso Duenas-Gonzalez
cervical cancer

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Unit of Biomedical Research on Cancer.
Institute of Biomedical Research
UNAM/National Cancer Institute Mexico.

Bryan Fantie
human psychology

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Associate Professor
Department of Psychology

Dragan Nikolic
endocrinology and hormones

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University of Belgrade, School of Medicine, dr ...

Ying-Yong Zhao
nephrology advances

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Northwest University

Roman Kireev
fertility biomarkers

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PhD, Senior Researcher

Basem Azab, M.D.
colon and rectal cancer

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