The Editorial Board and the many contributors and readers of the Archives of Surgery express warm appreciation and deepest gratitude to Richard Warren, MD, for his labors and leadership as Chief Editor for the past seven years. In his early years in this post, he bolstered and solidified the status of the journal. Readability, good papers, and a wide base of content were stressed by him. His disarming integrity and wonderful Yankee individualism provided for the Archives a uniqueness that we hope can be continued. He expressed himself on the editorial pages with clear, firm opinions and recommendations on a number of issues in surgery and introduced the departments of brief clinical notes and panels by correspondence, and the sections of editorial comments and abstracts. During his tenure, the Archives has prospered and enjoys an excellent reputation in the world of surgery. In the last several years, he has skillfully
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