Wikipedia:Future Science Group

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Future Science Group is a publisher of medical, biotechnological and scientific research. For more information see their website.

They are offering access to two journal collections:

  • Future Science, comprising Bioanalysis, Clinical Investigation, Future Medicinal Chemistry, International journal of Pharmacokinetics, Pharmaceutical Bioprocessing, Pharmaceutical Patent Analysis, and Therapeutic Delivery
  • Future Medicine, comprising Aging Health, Biomarkers in medicine, Breast Cancer Management, Clinical Lipidology, Clinical Practice, CNS Oncology, Colorectal Cancer, Concussion, Diabetes Management, Epigenomics, Future Cardiology, Future Microbiology, Future Neurology, Future Oncology, Future Virology, Hepatic Oncology, HIV Therapy, Imaging in Medicine, Immunotherapy, International Journal of Clinical Rheumatology, International Journal of Endocrine Oncology, International Journal of Hematologic Oncology, Interventional Cardiology, Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine, Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research, Lung Cancer Management, Melanoma Management, Nanomedicine, Neurodegenerative Disease Management, Neuropsychiatry, Pain Management, Pediatric Health, Personalized Medicine, Pharmacogenomics, and Regenerative Medicine

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  • Share their account logins or passwords with others, or sell their access to other parties
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  • Violate any terms and conditions which appear on the particular pages of the Future Science Group website they are accessing.
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  • Editors should always provide original citation information in addition to linking to Future Science Group resources.
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  • Make efforts to provide full citation information in line with the citation examples provided below, or with the examples provided by Future Science Group, where possible
Note that citation styles vary by article, and using every parameter in the example is not a requirement of access; editors can use the style most appropriate to the articles or projects they are working on.


{{cite journal|last1=Berger|first1=Vance W|last2=Antsygina|first2=Olga|title=A review of randomization methods in clinical trials|journal=Clinical Investigation|date=December 2015|volume=5|issue=12|pages=847–853|doi=10.4155/cli.15.53|url=}}{{subscription required|via=Future Science Group}}
  • Berger, Vance W; Antsygina, Olga (December 2015). "A review of randomization methods in clinical trials". Clinical Investigation. 5 (12): 847–853. doi:10.4155/cli.15.53. – via Future Science Group (subscription required)

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