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Coronary Artery Disease, ably edited by Burton E. Sobel, MD, of Washington University School of Medicine, is a monthly journal aimed at clinicians caring for patients with coronary artery disease and cardiovascular scientists concerned with mechanisms. The journal is dedicated to the rapid review and prompt dissemination of information from multiple perspectives, ranging from basic laboratory research to clinical applications. To achieve these goals, Coronary Artery Disease publishes a mix of peerreviewed original reports, state-of-the-art review articles, and bibliographies of current world literature. Although published in English, the journal is intended to be international in scope, a point reflected in the excellent editorial board, which includes clinical scientists, cardiologists, and cardiac surgeons based in the United States, United Kingdom, and Europe.
A typical issue of Coronary Artery Disease runs about 90 pages and contains no advertisements. On average there are seven original reports and five review articles or editorials in
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