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    Subjects: “…Articles from the Special Issue on Inflammation and Depression in the Eastern World: Connecting the Dots; Edited by Keith Kelley, Jennifer Felger and Mandakh Bekhbat…”
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    Subjects: “…Articles from the Special Issue on Inflammation and Depression in the Eastern World: Connecting the Dots; Edited by Keith Kelley, Jennifer Felger and Mandakh Bekhbat…”
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    Subjects: “…Articles from the Special Issue on Inflammation and Depression in the Eastern World: Connecting the Dots; Edited by Keith Kelley, Jennifer Felger and Mandakh Bekhbat…”
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    Subjects: “…Articles from the Special Issue on Inflammation and Depression in the Eastern World: Connecting the Dots; Edited by Keith Kelley, Jennifer Felger and Mandakh Bekhbat…”
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    Subjects: “…Articles from the Special Issue on Inflammation and Depression in the Eastern World: Connecting the Dots; Edited by Keith Kelley, Jennifer Felger and Mandakh Bekhbat…”
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    Subjects: “…Articles from the Special Issue on Inflammation and Depression in the Eastern World: Connecting the Dots; Edited by Keith Kelley, Jennifer Felger and Mandakh Bekhbat…”
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    Subjects: “…Articles from the Special Issue on Inflammation and Depression in the Eastern World: Connecting the Dots; Edited by Keith Kelley, Jennifer Felger and Mandakh Bekhbat…”
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    “…Phage therapy is gaining favor due to its success in agriculture and veterinary treatments and its extensive utilization for human therapeutic protocols in the Eastern world. In the last decades, some clinical trials and compassionate treatments have also been performed in the Western world, indicating that phage therapy is getting closer to its introduction in standard therapy protocols. …”
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    by Alghamdi, Abdullah Abdulaziz
    Published 2022
    “…There is a scarcity of research focusing on EMS providers' psychological challenges in disaster times, especially in the Eastern world. This review highlights the psychological challenges faced by EMS providers in disaster times and discusses the amount of mental health care they receive. …”
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    “…The most apparent contrast in term of tumour management is between the western and eastern world. Striking differences involve not only the attitude towards indications for liver transplantation or liver resection but also the surgical techniques adopted. …”
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    “…INTRODUCTION: Though, in developed countries, laparoscopy is now a gold standard for splenectomy, we are lacking in this aspect in the eastern world. Splenectomy has mostly been performed by open surgery in our region. …”
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    “…This has led to the resurgence of the bacteriophages as an effective alternative as they have a proven history in the Eastern world where lytic bacteriophages have been used since their first implementation over a century ago. …”
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    by MENESES TELLO, FELIPE
    Published 1989
    “…THE RESULTS REFLECT WHAT THE WESTERN SCIENTISTS WHO PUBLISH IN THIS SOURCE, CITING THE LITERATURE GENERALLY IN THE EASTERN WORLD SCARCELY AT ALL. THE SERIOUS PROBLEM OF THE LANGUAGE BARRIERSIS MADE CLEAR AMONG THE RE SEARCHERS WHO KNOW THEIR WRITINGS IN THIS PUBLICATION.…”
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    “…A database covering these diverse activities of the Eastern world is non-existent. This study focuses on data collection protocol and the creation of an online database of previously excluded ADL activities, targeting 200 healthy subjects via Qualisys and IMU motion capture systems, and force plates, from West and Middle East Asian populations with a special focus on the lower body joints. …”
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    “…BACKGROUND: Esophageal cancer is almost the common form of malignancy in the eastern world. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Through a retrospective cohort study a consecutive series of 134 patients with definite diagnosis of esophageal cancer who had been hospitalized at the Towhid hospital, Sanandaj city, Kurdistan province western Iran during a five-year period from 2006 onward were recruited. …”
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    “…BACKGROUND: Urological cancers (prostate cancer and bladder cancers) are the most common cancers in Western population and its rate is increasing in the Eastern World. Autophagy has appeared as a fundamental repair mechanism for degrading damaged organelles and proteins. …”
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    “…This overview emphasizes the results obtained using neoadjuvant intraperitoneal treatment, which may find a place not only in the Eastern world, where it now represents a standard of care, but also among Western practitioners. …”
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    “…This study also provided the first data on the detection of human papillomavirus (HPV) in GBM in the Eastern world. METHODS: We measured the number of various viral genomes in GBM samples from 39 Japanese patients using real-time quantitative PCR. …”
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    “…The use of endoscopic techniques to cure small sized, well differentiated early gastric cancer has been adopted worldwide. In the Eastern world, endoscopic resection is being increasingly utilized to treat small undifferentiated early gastric cancer according to the extended criteria proposed by the Japanese Gastric Cancer Associations. …”
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