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Articles of Journal of Thoracic Disease are highlighted in Critical Care Journal Watch on April 19th

Published: 2015-04-21

Here comes the good news! Four articles in the March Issue of Journal of Thoracic Disease are included in Critical Care Journal Watch of Critical Care Reviews on April 19th.

The articles included in the Critical Care Journal Watch are as following.

Besides, eight articles in the Special Issue of Journal of Thoracic Disease dedicated to 2014 Pan Hellenic Congress on Respiratory and Occupational Chest Diseases(Vol 7, Supplement 1) is also included in Critical Care Journal Watch of Critical Care Reviews on April 5th. (Click week 1 in April to see the specific articles: http://criticalcarereviews.com/~critic15/index.php/current-articles)

We feel honored to have our articles included in Critical Care Journal Watch. We also would like to take this chance to show our appreciation to all distinguished authors and reviewers who help to improve the quality of the articles. With the joint effort of all of our editorial board members, authors and all supports, we have gained wider recognition in more and more international platforms. Thank you all! Let us work miracles for the future together!


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