Clinical Science Journals
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The journal of clinical science that was established in 1909 by Thomas Lewis and James Mackenzie under the title Heart: A Journal for the Study of the Circulation. Lewis was first editor-in-chief. In 1933, Lewis renamed the journal Clinical Science, and his interests having broadened. It was briefly retitled Clinical Science journals and Molecular Medicine, becoming Clinical Science again in 1979. Clinical science this was a branch of healthcare science that detect the safety and effectiveness (efficacy) of medications, devices, diagnostic products and treatment regimens intended for human use. There are so many lists of clinical journals that will be useful for the detection and assessment of human safety and afficacy.
This journal was published by the Medical Research Society (founded by Lewis in 1930) from 1945 until 1961, and then jointly by the Medical Research Society and the Biochemical Society until 2003, when the latter became the sole publisher. It was formerly published by Blackwell Science.