December 1971

Twenty-Six Thousand

Am J Dis Child. 1971;122(6):465-466. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1971.02110060035002

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Twenty-six thousand physicians—paid subscribers to the American Journal of Diseases of Children—numberless doctors and medical students who peruse the Journal in libraries—all of these and unidentified others—are indebted to a few hundred colleagues who contributed time and talent, selflessly and anonymously, to evaluating manuscripts submitted for possible publication in the Journal. To paraphrase Winston Churchill, "Never before in the history of medical documentation has so much been owed by so many to so few." Without such professional dedication, the established reputation of the Journal for reliable reporting could never have been attained. On behalf of thousands of readers, I extend to these few thanks from their colleagues. The names of those who served are listed in the honor roll for 1971. A.A.W.

Honor Roll

Arturo J. Aballi

Joseph H. Agranoff

Lorin E. Ainger

Matti Al-Aish

Joseph E. Alfano

John E. Allen

Milton Alter

Lillis F. Altshuller

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