Senior physicians can bring to clinical problems the perspective of the long view that may be extraordinarily useful. So often, as we are caught up in the sweep of what is new and presumably at the frontier, the contributions of the experienced "old hand" may not be noted. We have asked David T. Smith, MD, to initiate a series of "Special Communications" subtitled "Personal Experience," and we are hopeful that other wise men will take it upon themselves to share their comparable experiences—Ed.
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