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Conflict of Interest: None.
Authorship: All authors had access to the data of selected articles. AJ led the entire project to develop the idea, review full papers, and write the manuscript. BDC and CEC reviewed the articles and contributed to writing the paper. AGM contributed to developing ideas and writing the manuscript.