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San Francisco Edit specializes in editing and proofreading manuscripts for submission to peer-reviewed journals. 98 percent of the papers we have edited have been successfully published, with many accepted by the journal the author initially targeted.
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Why Have Your Manuscript Professionally Edited?
It increases your chances of being published.
“There is a clear indication that badly written articles correlate with a high rejection rate.”
“On equal scientific merit, a badly written article will have less chance of being accepted.”
R. Coates, B. Sturgeon, J. Bohannan, and E. Pasini, Cardiovascular Research, February 2002
“Factors that caused most problems were poor use of English and careless preparation of the manuscript.”
D.R. Radford, L. Smillie, R.F. Wilson, and A.M. Grace, British Dental Journal, October 1999
“Global survey finds that unclear publishing policies place an additional burden on many scientists who don’t speak English as a first language.”
D. S. Chawla, Nature News, November 8, 2018
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What Does ‘Protection’ against COVID Really Mean?
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