Chronic Diseases and Translational Medicine

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ISSN: 2095-882X
CN: 10-1249/R

Chronic Diseases and Translational Medicine

Open access

Editor in Chief

Jun Wang

Editorial Board

Chronic diseases have become a major challenge to human health globally. The aim of CDTM is to promote the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of chronic diseases by providing a forum for communicatin...

Chronic diseases have become a major challenge to human health globally. The aim of CDTM is to promote the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of chronic diseases by providing a forum for communicating the latest research advances from preclinical, translational, and clinical researchers from all established and emerging disciplines relevant to chronic diseases.

Audience

Researchers and management in academia, government, and the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries; physician scientists; regulators; policy makers; and funding agencies.

Subject Coverage

Chronic diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, cancer, diabetes, chronic respiratory diseases (such as asthma and COPD), chronic kidney diseases, and related translational research.

Topics of interest for Chronic Diseases and Translational Medicine include:

-Research and commentary on models of chronic diseases with significant implications for disease diagnosis and treatment

-Investigative studies of human biology with an emphasis on chronic diseases

-Perspectives and reviews on research topics that discuss the implications of findings from the basic science and clinical practice of chronic diseases

-Several specialized sections (Cardiovascular, metabolic and lipoprotein translation; Cancer microenvironment; Clinical translation; Computational modeling and epidemiology; Chronic disease biomarkers; Immunobiology and immunotherapy; Patient-targeted molecular therapies; Personalized medicine). Topics of interest for Chronic Diseases and Translational Medicine include Subject Coverage

Chronic diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, cancer, diabetes, stroke, chronic respiratory diseases (such as asthma and COPD), chronic kidney diseases, and related translational research.

Society affiliation

Chinese Medical Association (CMA) is a non-profit national academic organization in China. It is an important social force in the development of medical science and technology and a linkage between the government and the medical professionals. The CMA, established in 1915, now has more than 80 specialty societies and 500,000 members in China.Major ...

Chinese Medical Association (CMA) is a non-profit national academic organization in China. It is an important social force in the development of medical science and technology and a linkage between the government and the medical professionals. The CMA, established in 1915, now has more than 80 specialty societies and 500,000 members in China.
Major functions of the CMA include: organizing domestic and international medical exchange activities; discovering, recommending and cultivating medical talents; editing and publishing more than 100 medical and popular science journals and over 100 audio-visual products; carrying out continuing medical education projects and specialists training programs; implementing medical projects evaluations and reviews, and assessment of decisions concerning science and technology projects; selecting and presenting awards for outstanding achievements in medical science and technology; promoting transformation and practical application of medical research results; disseminating medical and health knowledge for the general public; organizing technical appraisement on medical malpractice and AEFI (Adverse Events Following Immunization); undertaking the functions and missions entrusted by the government, and relaying suggestions and requests from the medical professionals to the government.

Identification of key genes and pathways in mild and severe nonalcoholic fatty liver disease by integrative analysis

Major advances in the treatment of multiple myeloma in American Society of Hematology annual meeting 2020

Telomere shortening in patients on long-term hemodialysis

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Pulmonary rehabilitation for patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Expert recommendations on blood purification treatment protocol for patients with severe COVID-19

Role and mechanism of angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 in acute lung injury in coronavirus disease 2019

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