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July 1971

DERMATOLOGY NOTES

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Oak Ridge, Tenn

Arch Dermatol. 1971;104(1):101. doi:10.1001/archderm.1971.04000190103025

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Abstract

To the Editor.—  Being a pediatrician, I had always subscribed to the American Journal of Diseases of Children. Last year I decided to check off the Archives of Dermatology on my AMA membership as a change to see what dermatologists talk about.I enjoy the journal and find myself looking at rashes on children with a whole new perspective. I have even learned a few big words to drop carefully around my contemporaries.The big bonus in subscribing to the Archives is an indirect but significant one, and only slowly occurred to me. I suddenly realized that I was no longer buying Playboy magazines, which take a lot of time to read. I swear they move the towel on the Alpha-Keri girl a little more each month. Now it is on the full back cover, so naturally the Archives is always on the top of my reading pile (face down).

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