Conflict of Interest

At the end of the text, an obligatory subheading, “Conflict of interest”, requires all of the authors and reviewers involved to disclose any financial and/or personal relationships with other people or organizations that can result to bias regarding their work. Financial conflicts include, for example, employment, stock ownership, consultancies, paid expert testimony, honoraria, travel grants, and patents or patent applications, all within a duration of 3 years of beginning the work that has been submitted. We aspect that the editors must also disclose conflict of interest if there is any.