Introducing the European Medical Journal 2.4
Oncologists, in particular, will benefit from the review penned by Puri et al. titled: 'Screening for Pancreatic Cancer: Current Status and Future Directions'. As Puri et al. describe, pancreatic cancer has a higher mortality rate than any of the other cancer types, despite a low number of reported cases. This fascinating review details the current screening process used by physicians, outlining how more thorough screening methodology and procedures "could prevent PC from becoming the second leading cause of cancer-related death in 2030."
Nephrologists and urologists alike will appreciate Flavin et al. and Maoujoud et al.'s captivating articles discussing kidney disease. Discover the currently underestimated challenges posed by chronic kidney disease in low–middle income countries through the lens of Morocco, as well as the technologies needed to address these challenges, such as robotic-assisted laparoscopic techniques. Online now: http://emjreviews.com/
This eJournal showcases a wide range of developments across many therapeutic areas while raising important questions the medical community should continue to reflect upon. Spencer Gore, Director, European Medical Journal, commented: "I am immensely proud to publish this edition of the EMJ, which I am sure will stimulate lively debate across many therapeutic specialties."
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