Pediatrics in Review came into being as I was beginning my pediatric training. The journal encouraged and educated me through a mostly US-based career as well as during a year in Europe and six years in central Africa. The educational content of Pediatrics in Review informed my care of tens of thousands of patients, and my first contribution to the journal was published in 1993. It has been a privilege to serve a ten-year term on the editorial board and to help guide the content of Index of Suspicion. This month, I turn 65. While I am not retiring, I am transitioning away from my editorial responsibilities with the journal. May each of you be as blessed as I have been by the career-enhancing education and encouragement offered by Pediatrics in Review!

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