We are pleased to announce the expansion of Medical Research Network (MedRN) with the addition of two new Subject Matter eJournals - Case Reports eJournal and Traditional, Alternative & Complementary Medicines eJournal. The former includes content from the Health Science Case Reports Research Network (HSCaseRepRN) which has been archived. The new Case Reports eJournal in the Medical Research Network (MedRN) will better clarify the nature of the content and aid research discoverability and reach.

The new eJournal offerings are as follows:

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Description: This area includes case reports providing a detailed account of the symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of a single patient or a small sample size of participants. These case reports are meant to provide a resource for practitioners who wish to identify cases like those they are treating in their own practice, researchers who wish to identify areas for further study, or epidemiologists who wish to identify emerging diseases or regional health concerns.

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Description: This area includes content on traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), Ayurveda, homeopathy, chiropractic, acupuncture, and other alternative and complementary health practices.

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