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December 6, 2021

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11/26/2021

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Fifteen Years of PLOS ONE

Since its inception in 2006, PLOS ONE has conceived to “return control over scholarly publishing to the research community”. Here, Editor-in-Chief Emily Chenette discusses the milestones and innovations that PLOS ONE has celebrated over the past 15 years.

Fifteen Years of PLOS ONE

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12/01/2021

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Peering into the Future: A vision for the next 15 years of PLOS ONE

When PLOS ONE launched in 2006, few could have predicted where the journal would be fifteen years later. Here, Suzanne Farley, the Editorial Director at PLOS, and Emily Chenette, the Editor-in-Chief of PLOS ONE, share their perspectives on the future of PLOS and how they would like to see PLOS ONE evolve over the next fifteen years.

Peering into the Future: A vision for the next 15 years of PLOS ONE

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11/29/2021

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Author Perspectives - 15 years of PLOS ONE

In celebrating the 15 years since PLOS ONE published its first articles, we invited authors of some of the first papers to be published, as well as an author of a more recent paper, to share information about their careers, their perspectives on Open Science, and their experiences as PLOS ONE authors.

Author Perspectives - 15 years of PLOS ONE

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11/29/2021

Cancer

Body image in patients with different types of cancer

Investigating a dimension of psycho-oncology impact of cancer on quality of life, Brederecke found that factors associated with body image differed between genders, and time from cancer diagnosis did not affect over all body image perception.

Body image in patients with different types of cancer

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