Recently Oncotarget announced that their new impact factor is 5.168. The number of times the average article, published in the last two years, is cited in a journal determines the impact factor; Oncotarget’s articles were cited 30,241 times in 2016. Important journals typically have higher impact factors than less important journals.In the 2015-2016 time period, Oncotarget had more articles published than any other oncology journal, with significantly more than the second place journal.Oncotarget is a peer-reviewed medical journal published weekly.
The focus is on cancer research, tumor development, treatment protocols and everything related to cancer. Oncotarget also publishes papers covering age-related diseases, immunology and pathology. Research papers are published quickly, as long as they meet Oncotarget’s requirements and pass the peer review process. Approved papers appear online in as little as five days.Papers published by Oncotarget are open access, published under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.
Authors retain the copyright, however, the journal is available online for anyone to read. People may also use or reprint the article as long as they give credit to the authors and Oncotarget. While Oncotarget’s articles are reprinted by websites that aggregate research papers, other articles, such as a recent article that claims leukemia may be halted by Vitamin C, are interesting to the public as well as other cancer researchers.Mikhail V. Blagosklonny and Andrei V. Gudkov of the Roswell Park Cancer Institute are the journal’s editors-in-chief. The founding editorial board consists of prominent individuals from Harvard, Johns Hopkins University and cancer research centers.
There’s not too much space to move around in, especially in the back passenger seats, though a decent amount of commodity is given for those short and pleasant commute rides as you try to befriend that new Bumble user.
Allow your profile more leg room in its wake with a different choice of dating app. Spark’s ratings ranked as “just ok” all around, an area that may be further improved in the next apps. Introducing Bumble BFF by Whitney Wolfe, the only social dating app you’ll need.
Pricing: It begins at $10.00 USD and its three other variants range anywhere from $32.05 to $95.56 AUD. They include the model style variations of Tinder and online product purchases, which may also be specially requested for this crossover app. Membership cost sits at approximately $31.99 in PW.
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2017 – Whitney Wolfe Delivers
Features: With a 4 by 4 IM built for action in the toughest of situations and 3-link rigid messaging for those special moments, this one-of-a-kind app with 1.3 GB and 4-Mh capabilities will astound you in its overall combination of beauty and technological advancement. Entertainment and safety features are the best in the brand with surround quality speakers and back woofers if connected to your other devices; plus, the built-in VVT technology assists in giving you the best in replying, comfort and user feel, making that lasting impression more memorable in the end. The profile pics are many and accommodate well.
Pros: A solid continuation of the previous versions’ ladder frame construction and low-range reduction gear continues to both sell and drive the soul of this unique ride. The new model retains its previously outstanding reputation for off-road capability and overall tough resistance against the worst of roads or conditions.
No Cons: Many note that the other apps are not as visibly attractive or large as Bumble and that they lack in messaging size. Keep these comments in mind when you take this app exploring. Apparently, designers made few to no major additions this year, keeping what worked in the past.
Whitney Wolfe – you have done it again.
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Vijay Eswaran is the founder of several direct selling and asset management companies through QI Group, a multilevel marketing firm he and Joseph Bismarck founded nearly 20 years ago. Eswaran’s plan in starting these companies was to give aspiring entrepreneurs across Asia and the world a chance to go into business for themselves, and through QNet all products are sold solely by these independent sales representatives on Facebook. QI Group has also helped small to midsized businesses get financed through their QI Asset Management company, and they even have a training program in multilevel marketing called The V available through Quest International University Perak. Eswaran has made a lot of money through QI Group, but he’s familiar with doing a lot of manual labor too.
Vijay Eswaran was born in Malaysia and has run most of his business operations there, though he’s also launched them in India, Singapore, Hong Kong, The Philippines and reached across the globe. He got his bachelor’s degree from the London School of Economics, but spent time doing manual labor before going to grad school. Those odd jobs included picking grapes, working in construction zones and even driving a cab. But after saving up money, Vijay Eswaran was able to get into binary marketing through CIMA certification, and eventually completed his MBA at Southern Illinois University.
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Vijay Eswaran first entered multilevel marketing when he decided to help the Cosway Group launch its Philippines subsidiary, and he soon found it to be attractive as a full time profession. In 1998, he officially co-founded QI Group Ltd. and in the coming years helped found RYTHM Foundation. RYTHM has sponsored global initiatives across the Asian community through food drives and gifts to impoverished communities, helping establish schools and libraries, and caring for children with special needs. Eswaran is also a member of the World Economic Forum at philanthropies.org/vijay-eswaran-2/ where he has given lectures and discussed various issues, and he attended the Global Indian Business Meet in 2012 where he was given the New Global Indian award for business and philanthropy work. He’s been mentioned in Forbe’s Asia’s Heroes of Philanthropy list in 2011, and is also the author of several books including his bestseller, In The Sphere Of Silence.