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Herald Scholarly Open Access is successfully running 73+ peer-reviewed open access journals in the fields of Clinical, Medical, Chemistry and Pharmaceuticals and also published 1500+ articles indexed in various sites and also cited by various authors around the world

Research Article
Readability Assessment of Oculoplastic Surgery Patient Education Materials
Haaris M Khan, Ammar M Khan, Michael E Ashenhurst
Research Article
A randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Multicenter Study of Kan Jang® Capsules in Patients with URTI Infection with the Primary Outcome of Sick Leave Days
Jan Melchiorre, Anders Barth, Olav Hoheisel, Staffan Palm, Georg Wikman
Case Report
Resolution of a Clinical Case of Severe Bone Deficit in a Patient with Marked Osteoporosis with the use of Growth Factors
Maurizio Serafini, Luigi Zagaria, Sara Di Teodoro, Luisa Romondio
Research Article
Huaier Inhibits Cancer Progression and Induces Tissue Regeneration by Transcriptional Regulations of Pluripotency of Stem Cells
Manami Tanaka, Tomoo Tanaka, Fei Teng, Hong Lin, Ning Li, Zhu Luo, Ding Wei, Zhengxin Lu
Review Article
The Role of Peripheral Cells in Neurocognitive Disorders Detection
Francesco Salis, Antonella Mandas
Review Article
Characterization of Guazuma Ulmifolia for the Bioprotection of Neurodegenerative Diseases: Alzheimer's Disease, Stroke and Parkinson's Disease-A Review
Linda Karolayne Tenório Dos Santos, Adele Salomão-Oliveira, Rosany Piccolotto Carvalho
Case Report
Epithelioid Choroidal Melanoma in a Middle-Aged Filipino: A Case Report
Jo Michael M Maniwan, Eric Valera, Andrei Martin
Research Article
The Use of Substances at an Early Age: A Qualitative Study among Young Men Living with Substance Use Disorders in Punjab, India
Prabhjot Kour, Lars Lien, Karin Harsløf Hjelde, Henning Pettersen, Bernadette Kumar