Interacting with readers, authors, editors and I add also reviewers - I am a reviewer of 3 reviews - plays a central role in Science advances. Regarding Medicine, how can editors,reviewers, not to speak of readers, understand completely the arguments, as well as the language of Quantum Biophysical Semeiotics? On the other hand, physicians have to change something unavoidably, since CAD, type 2 DM, and Cancer are growing epidemics.
posted by Sergio Stagnaro
March 5, 2013
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