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"The publication of a premier cardiology journal, Heart Asia, by BMJ Publishing Group is a significant step forwards as this will become the preferred journal of choice for many of the original research work in the Asia Pacific region,"
Professor Vinay K Bahl, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
"The launch of Heart Asia will provide doctors in China a platform to publish their original research data and it is an important bridge that will allow the Chinese cardiologists to integrate with the international cardiology community,"
Professor Hu Dayi, Chief of the Heart Centre at Peking Universityâ€™s Peopleâ€™s Hospital, Beijing
"Leading cardiology centres in the Asia Pacific region do some of the finest research in the world and the launch of Heart Asia is timely as it will allow top class research papers to be published in an Asia Pacific cardiology journal,"
Professor Ruey Jen Sung, Professor, Emeritus, Stanford University.