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Archive of Published Issues: 2023
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|Title||Kufa Medical Journal|
|Publisher||Faculty of Medicine - University of Kufa|
|Description||Kufa Medical journal (KMJ) is a peer-reviewed journal that publish original articles to advocate changes in, or illuminate aspects of medical and health sciences. It accept submission of State of the art full length research papers\articles, Review articles, Case reports, and Communication articles. KMJ considers the double-blind peer-review system to assure the quality of the publication and tests plagiarism at two stages, at submission and after considering the reviewers comments. KMJ is issued biannually by the Faculty of Medicine, University of Kufa, Iraq considering that the first hard copy of the first issue was printed at 1999. The fee for publishing an accepted manuscript at this journal is 150,000 IQD (equivalent to 100$). The journal is not financially supported by any governmental or non-governmental organization.|
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