International Journal of Clinical Reports and Studies

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ISSN Online :  2835-8295
Journal DOI :  10.31579/2835-8295/IJCRS
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Current Issue :  Volume 3 - Issue 4 - 2024
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International Journal of Clinical Reports and Studies(IJCRS) is Bimonthly open access, peer-reviewed, online journal that covers a wide range of disciplines in,
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The aim of the International Journal of Clinical Reports and Studies Journal is to provide a platform for the researchers and academicians throughout the wor ...
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Tactile Contact as a Marketing Tool for Improving an HIV/STD Education Program’s Compliance / Retention with Crack Cocaine Users

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Virus Cooperation, ZIKV Viremia and in Utero Fetus Infection

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Rivalry between human ideation and virus mutation: two competing means of sustainability

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Maternal 3,3'-Diiodothyronine Sulfate Formation from Guinea Pig Placenta Perfused with 3,3',5-Triodothyronine

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Recent Articles

Case Report 26 Jul 2024

Inferior STEMI with Heart Block

Keith Henry, Bradley Hernandez, (2024), Association of Inflation-related Stress with Depression and Anxiety among Older Adults, International Journal of Clinical Reports and Studies, 3(5); DOI:10.31579/2835-8295/059

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Review Article 02 Jul 2024

Semaglutide For Treatment of Obesity-Related Heart

Nasser Mikhail, Soma Wali, (2024), Semaglutide for Treatment of Obesity-Related Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction in Patients with And Without Diabetes, International Journal of Clinical Reports and Studies, 3(5); DOI:10.31579/2835-8295/

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Review Article 27 Jun 2024

"The Evolving Role of Media Culture: From Cultivat

Massoud Attarianshandiz, (2024), "The Evolving Role of Media Culture: From Cultivating Bacteria to Evaluating Antibacterial Agents in Food Microbiology”, International Journal of Clinical Reports and Studies, 3(4); DOI:10.31579/2835-8295/065

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Research Article 05 Jun 2024

Ethanol-Methanol Interchangeability in Berry Extra

Massoud Attarianshandiz (2024), Ethanol-Methanol Interchangeability in Berry Extracts: Enhancing Safety and Cost-Effectiveness for Antimicrobial Research, International Journal of Clinical Reports and Studies, 3(4); DOI:10.31579/2835-8295/063

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