Corrections and Retraction Policy
Article retraction may be done in the case of stating unreliable findings in the conclusion, infringements of professional ethical codes such as plagiarism, multiple submissions to other journals or publications, fraudulent use of data or information, and the like. Article replacement may be done if the article might cause a serious health risk if acted upon from false or inaccurate information, the author/s will be asked to retract and replace the original article with the corrected version of the paper. A link for the notice of retraction will be provided to the corrected article. Erratum may be done for corrections in the article that might have been missed during the editing resulting from errors or omissions of significant information. This is made accessible to the readers with a link to the corrected version. Within one year after the publication date of the paper will only be allowed the authors to remove or replace papers with the corrected article.