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Journal of Ozone Therapy


Title Abbreviation
JO3T
Electronic ISSN
2444-9865
Readership
Academics, Allied Health Professionals, Bioengineers, Biologists, Biomedical Researchers, Clinical Microbiologists, Clinicians, Environmental Epidemiologists, Epidemiologists, Health Scientists, Health service researchers, Immunologists, Nuclear Medicine Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants, Nurses, Physicians, Researchers
Scope
Journal of Ozone Therapy (JO3T) is a peer-reviewed open-access scientific journal documenting the current state of basic biology, diagnosis and treatment of Ozone Therapy. JO3T publishes original basic, translational and clinical observations, descriptions of new techniques or procedures, case reports, and articles on the ethical and social aspects of related health care. Original research published in JO3T is related to the practice of Ozone Therapy. Submissions suitable for the Journal include observational studies, clinical trials, epidemiological work, reports on health services and outcomes, and advances in applied (translational) and/or basic research.
Sponsoring Association(s)
World Federation of Ozone Therapy (WFOT)
Publisher Name
World Federation of Ozone Therapy
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