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Milt joined our editorial board in 1986 and has been a workhorse for us ever since. This is not surprising to those who know Milt, as his work ethic is well known and respected in American pediatrics. He attended Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa, and received his MD degree from the Chicago Medical School in 1952. He interned and completed his pediatric residency at UCLA-Harbor General Hospital, Torrance, Calif. Afterward, he entered private practice and for the next 30 years remained an active practitioner and a participant in multiple activities in pediatrics in California and the nation. He became a clinical professor of pediatrics at UCLA and was clinical cochairman of the Department of Pediatrics at Harbor Hospital. Milt's credits are lengthy. He has been medical director of Project Head Start in Los Angeles County. He has been a member of many committees, including the Committee on Drug Abuse and the
Arnold MI. A POTPOURRI ON CONVERSATION: THE PATIENT AND THE PHYSICIAN. Am J Dis Child. 1987;141(6):610. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archpedi.1987.04460060028024
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