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