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The Cambridge Research Centre publishes the highly acclaimed Treatment Strategies series. Bringing influential content and healthcare professionals together, in order to build a forum to showcase and discuss leading drugs, technological and therapeutic developments across healthcare industries.
Published throughout the year in line with the major healthcare congresses, each edition of the Treatment Strategies series has an in-bound supplement that reviews the latest news and addresses the key issues from the relevant congress.
Here at the Cambridge Research Centre we strive to continually expand our list and re-invest in our open-access journals for the long-term benefit of the academic community, our media partners and clients. Our aim is to publish the highest quality, peer-reviewed and fully indexed journals.
Visit the NewsHUB for daily news, videos, blogs posts and comments from the congress, our advisory panel members, media partners, clients and The Cambridge Research Centre and the Treatment Strategies' Team. The NewsHUB gives you access to a selection of rich media content from a host of social media - Twitter, Facebook, Google+, YouTube, Linked-in as well as RSS feeds and just about all other content from across the web.
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Concentrating on Cardiology, Dermatology, Diabetes, Hematology, Interventional Cardiology, Oncology, Paediatrics and Respiratory, each newsletter brings you a special focus on areas of particular topical significance with relevant articles from our extensive back-catalogue.
The Treatment Strategies series will be distributed at various meetings and congresses throughout the year as well as being available on a number of society, event and industry websites.
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