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  Igor F. Palacios
Guest Editor; Associate Editor; Author
Director of Interventional Cardiology Emeritus, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA.

Congratulations to the Journal of Mini-invasive Surgery for the new developments on the optimization scheme of the journal website. I am an interventional cardiologist and I think the Journal offers a perfect medium for publication of papers in my field. I appreciate the work performed by all members of the Journal, particularly by the Editor Jane Lee, for their professionalism and dedication in developing an excellent Journal. She is a conscientious worker with a high level of teamwork who I found very helpful in the submission and publication process as she is always willing to provide help. I find this relationship very useful as I am editing a special issue for the journal on Hybrid Coronary Revascularization.
It is a pleasure to congratulate the journal in this new advancement. Wishing the best for the future.

 Farid Gharagozloo
Guest Editor; Associate Editor; Author
Center for Advanced Thoracic Surgery, Global Robotics Institute, Advent Health, University of Central Florida, Celebration, FL, USA.

"I came to know the MIS Journal after being invited to contribute to one of their special issues. It was a superb experience. Since then, I have had the honor of editing a special issue on the "Techniques of Robotic Surgery". Throughout the process, I have found the editorial staff to be extraordinary. The editorial team are professional, and pay great attention to details, and most importantly, they are very efficient in handling the manuscripts. The submission site is highly advanced and efficient. The reviewers for the journal are among the leaders in the field. In short, the quality and professionalism of the editorial process rivals, and many times, surpasses many more established journals in the related field. This journal fulfills the needs of expert practitioners as well as the newer adopters of minimally invasive surgery. I would encourage the experts in all areas of minimally invasive surgery to support this exceptional journal."

 Prof. Zbigniew Nawrat
Department of Biophysics, Faculty of Medical Sciences in Zabrze, Medical University of Silesia, Zabrze, Poland.

I want to congratulate the team on the dynamically developing journal. It is a great platform for understanding between all participants in the treatment process and for improving patient treatment. It is also a great place for us scientists and visionaries to spread the achievements of our work. Where can you find a place giving access to 1000 readers in a short time? Congratulations to the creators. I would like to recommend it to everyone.

Fernando A. M. Herbella
Editorial Board Member; Guest Editor; Author
Department of Gastrointestinal Surgery, Division of Esophagus and Stomach, Federal University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.

"I had the opportunity to guest edit a special issue for MIS. The assistance from the editorial team and the publisher was superb. Open access allows a quick dissemination of the papers among our peers. I highly recommend considering the journal a good option to submit a research paper".

Mok Chi Wei
Division of Breast Surgery, Department of Surgery, Changi General Hospital, Singapore, Singapore.

"As a minimally invasive breast surgeon, I am always striving to develop new minimally invasive techniques for better patient care and aesthetic outcomes. The importance of an excellent platform to share my research findings cannot be emphasized further. Mini-invasive Surgery, despite a relatively new and young journal, has gone above and beyond my expectations. I have an excellent experience with the Editorial Board and staff during the process of getting my work published in the Journal of Mini-invasive Surgery. I would strongly encourage fellow surgeons to share their research findings in this up-and-coming journal dedicated for minimally invasive surgery!"

Firas Abu Akar
Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Makassed Charitable Society Hospital, East Jerusalem, Palestine.

I would like to express my gratitude to the journal’s Editorial Board and staff and congratulate them on their hard work and dedication to publishing this high-level scientific journal. Thank you also for inviting me to publish my work and studies in your journal. I wish you all the best.

Hussein Elkhayat
Cardiothoracic Surgery Department,Assiut University Heart Hospital, Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt.

I would like to thank the team of Mini-invasive Surgery Journal for their continuous support and encouragement for publishing a high-quality manuscript. As an author, I found the Editorial Board very helpful and understanding. They helped me a lot in the submission process. The reviewers’ comments were to the point, which put an extra value on the manuscript. I believe that the journal will continue to progress and achieve a high impact factor in the near future.

Andrew A. Gumbs
Editorial Board Member; Guest Editor
Centre Hospitalier Intercommunal de POISSY/SAINT-GERMAIN-EN-LAYE, 10, Rue Champ de Gaillard, Poissy 78300, France.

Of all the journals I work with, your team seems to be the most dynamic. I think some journals that refuse to evolve will become less relevant with the passage of time. Your model seems very flexible and fluid, and your team responds very quickly. All are good signs for a successful future.
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