IN A WORLD of constant change, some anchor points are necessary to maintain a base for assessing and integrating change. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, the oldest continuously published pediatric journal in the country (dating back to 1911), is one of those anchor points. I am honored and thrilled to be chosen as its new editor. I follow a long chain of wonderful predecessors, and am fortunate to be working with the last one, Cathy DeAngelis, in her role as Editor in Chief, Scientific Publications and Multimedia Applications at the American Medical Association.
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