Dennis Mangan from MTOR LLC in Bakersfield, California describes the experience publishing his theory article, “Iron: an underrated factor in aging,” in Volume 13, Issue 19 of Aging (Aging-US).
I am an independent researcher, and my paper, Iron: an underrated factor in aging, was submitted a few months ago in the journal. And I had a very good experience with it.
I received prompt feedback as to any corrections I needed to make, and the whole process was quite simple and straightforward. I received acknowledgment of the acceptance of my paper very quickly, much more quickly than I would’ve expected. Overall, my experience in publishing in Aging was very positive, and I would submit to them again and recommend other people to do so. It was published very shortly after acceptance and appeared online, so I was very pleased with that.
Overall, my experience working with Aging was, as I said, positive and I would do it again. Thanks.
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