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|Society member price*||Full price|
|Case Reports||USD 700||USD 900|
|Research Papers||USD 1600||USD 2100|
|Study Protocols (Study Design)||USD 1600||USD 2100|
|Reviews||USD 1600||USD 2100|
|Editorial||Free (invitation only)|
|Viewpoint||USD 700||USD 900|
|Systematic Review/Meta-analysis||USD 1600||USD 2100|
|Images in Cardiology||USD 700||USD 900|
|Letters to the Editor||Free (invitation only)|
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