Musculoskeletal journal launches

Sage launched Therapeutic Advances in Musculoskeletal Disease, the seventh title in its Therapeutic Advances series.

The peer-reviewed bi-monthly journal publishes original research and practice information on musculoskeletal disease.

Philip Sambrook, editor-in-chief of the journal, said in a statement that the journal offers another avenue for publishing in a growing treatment area.

“Musculoskeletal disease is affecting an increasing proportion of our aging population,” said Sambrook. The journal, along with the six others in the series, is available for free online for the first three years of publication.

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