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Sciedu Press: Launching New Journals on Medicine Case Report
Date:11/25/2013

TORONTO, Nov. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Sciedu Press (Linkedin) is research publication agency in Canada, which handles the publication and promotion of all scientific research and education. Their aim is to spread awareness of scientific knowledge all over the world. Their dedication and love for these subjects can be seen by their name Sciedu, which is an amalgamation of science and education. What sets them apart is that they don't only handle research work from Canada, but from all over the world.

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The main expertise of Sciedu Press lies in the field of education, culture, engineering, business, medicine, biological and social sciences. They sponsor as well as support research projects, international networks and corporation in science, education and culture. They want to be able to bring scientific educational research into the hands of the masses.  

Case reports are detailed study reports of symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up program of a patient. Case Reports in Internal Medicine (CRIM) is an international peer-revised, open access journal, responsible for the publication of clinical practices. It is basically designed for internists to increase their research education.

Like internal Medicine journal, case reports are also published for clinical pathology research. It includes reports from clinical practices and original research about clinical pathology. Some of the subjects that are included in the journal are microbiology, dermatopathology, chemical pathology, hematology, neuropathology, for
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