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Journal of Forensic Medicine focused on the areas such as Forensic Medicine, acute myeloid leukemia, Lymphangiogenesis, hematological-malignancies, blood-transfusion, serum protein electrophoresis, hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, photoacoustics, lymph node biopsy, b-cell-lymphoma, invivo flow cytometry, mojtaba akhtari, molecular weight aspirin.

Two distinct fluids move through the circulatory system: blood and lymph. Blood carries oxygen and nutrients to the body's cells, and carries waste materials away. Blood also carries hormones, which control body processes, and antibodies, to fight invading germs. The heart is the pump that keeps this transport system moving. Together, the blood, heart, and blood vessels form the circulatory system. The lymphatic system (lymph, lymph nodes and lymph vessels) supports the circulatory system by draining excess fluids and proteins from tissues back into the bloodstream, thereby preventing tissue swelling. It also serves as a defense system for the body, filtering out organisms that cause disease, producing white blood cells, and generating antibodies.

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Journal of Forensic Medicine operates on an open access model of publishing through an online editorial tracking system for maintaining quality in editorial processing. The scientific and clinical reports on circulating elements of blood published by the journal are of great relevance in developing and testing of new and improved therapeutic approaches to improve the quality of life among patients affected by diseases of blood and lymph. Our Journal is successfully running volume 5 with a large number of readers from all around the world.

Journal of Forensic Medicine cordially invites researchers in the field of Hematology to submit original research and conceptual manuscripts that are consistent with the scope and relevance of the journal and that facilitate communication, discussion and promotion of current research endeavors among medical practitioners, hematologist and academic professionals.

Michael Sotale,

Journal Manager,

Editing team,

London, UK

Journal of Forensic Medicine

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