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Highlights of Current Issue    October-December  2020  | Vol 63 | Issue 4

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From Editor's desk
Ranjan Agrawal
Dear Readers, The pandemic has been spreading fast and far. In spite of all odds and circumstances, all the four issues of IJPM for the current year have been published online as well as in print f...
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Editorial Insight
Journal indexing: Myths and facts
Ranjan Agrawal
New authors usually would like to see their manuscript being submitted to any journal that will accept or publish it very soon. However, when they apply for a job in a reputed institute or otherwise...
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New Horizon
Dr. R. K. Gadgil - An eminent Indian pathologist, pioneer in starting rural medical camps and a researcher who discovered an endemic focus of schistosomiasis in Maharashtra, India
Dhaneshwar N Lanjewar, Ulhas L Wagholikar, Vijay V Joshi
Dr. Ramchandra Krishnaji Gadgil (RKG) was a pioneer and an eminent researcher. Along with clinician colleagues, he started rural medical camps in 1952, in Maharashtra, India. Through his meticulous ...
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Original Article
Circulating free DNA as a marker of response to chemoradiation in locally advanced head and neck squamous cell carcinoma
Tripti Verma, Swati Kumari, Sridhar Mishra, Madhup Rastogi, Vandana Tiwari, Gaurav R Agarwal, Nidhi Anand, Nuzhat Husain
Context: Liquid biopsy has moved from bench to bedside as a non-invasive biomarker for early diagnosis and monitoring treatment response. Objective: This study investigated the role o...
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A special issue on "Gastrointestinal & Hepatobiliary Pathology" of IJPM apart from the regular 4 issues is planned. This issue would feature all the articles as included in the regular issues.
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