title Maryland Science Journal will no long publish big-life journals article source Engage article title Baltimore Journal of the American Medical Association says it won’t publish big Life journals article article title Journal of American Medical Associations says it no longer supports big life science journals article by David WeigelThe Baltimore Journal, which is owned by the Maryland Science and Technology Council (MSTC), is a national medical journal founded in 1882.
In recent years, the Journal of Medical Science and Medicine (JMSM) has been a leading source for science coverage in the country.
But on Thursday, the MSTC announced that it will stop publishing big-lives journals and other big-science journals.JMSMs founding editor, John B. Allen, said in a statement to Engadge the MSPC was making a move that he said would hurt the health and well-being of his staff, as well as the general public.
Allen said that the MstC has not only a role to play in the health care of the public, but also in the public good.
He said the MSC is committed to maintaining its mission and the integrity of the science of medicine.
“We need to work together to protect and improve the health of our people and the environment,” Allen said.
Allen cited MSTCs policies and practices for its decision to stop publishing large-live journals, including that it no long publishes large-life science journals.MSTCs current policy says that it only accepts papers from authors whose primary purpose is to publish scientific articles.
Allen said that MSTs policy is in conflict with the JMSM’s policy.
“It’s unfortunate that the Maryland MstCs policy doesn’t match our policies,” Allen wrote.
“The MST C will no more continue to publish articles that would harm our health and the public.”
Allen said the JBSM will continue to produce journal articles and provide its own scientific research to the MStC.
MstCs current policies, which are part of the MAST, include policies and procedures for the selection of journals and the review of manuscripts.
The MSTS policies state that authors must submit all relevant information and the article must be in English.
Allen also noted that the Journal is open to authors from all fields, including biotechnology, life sciences, biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, psychology and physical science.
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