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Journal of Virus Eradication


Title Abbreviation
J Virus Erad
ISSN
2055-6640
Electronic ISSN
2055-6659
Readership
Clinical Pharmacologists, Clinicians, Epidemiologists, Immunologists, Infectious Disease Specialists, Internists, Interventionalists, Pharmacologists, Physician Assistants, Physicians, Physicians - Medicine
Scope
The aim of this Journal is to provide a specialist, open-access forum and fast-track pathway to publish work in the rapidly developing field of virus eradication, particularly of HIV, HBV and HCV. The Journal has been set up especially for these and other viruses, including herpes and flu, in a context of new therapeutic strategies, as well as societal eradication of viral infections with preventive interventions. The Journal not only publishes original research, but provides an opportunity for opinions, reviews, case studies and comments on the published literature. It will focus on evidence-based medicine as the major thrust in the successful management of HIV and AIDS, HBV and HCV as well as include relevant work for other viral infections. The Journal encompasses virological, immunological, epidemiological, modelling, pharmacological, pre-clinical and in vitro, as well as clinical, data including but not limited to drugs, immunotherapy and gene therapy. It will be an important source of information on the development of vaccine programmes and preventative measures aimed at virus eradication.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM)
Publisher Name
Mediscript
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