Pediatric Annals

Editorial 

Infectious Topics

Stanford T. Shulman, MD

  • Pediatric Annals. 2007;36(6)
  • Posted June 1, 2007

Abstract

The hardcore New York Yankees fan, Leonard R. Krilov, MD, is the Guest Editor of this issue, as well as the July issue, of Pediatric Annals (see his column with baseball cards). As I write this, the Yankees are mired in last place (yes!) and my Detroit Tigers are in first place (yes!). I know that the former won’t last and pray that the latter will. But Lenny has done an excellent job of organizing these issues and recruiting a great lineup of luminaries in infectious diseases.

Abstract

The hardcore New York Yankees fan, Leonard R. Krilov, MD, is the Guest Editor of this issue, as well as the July issue, of Pediatric Annals (see his column with baseball cards). As I write this, the Yankees are mired in last place (yes!) and my Detroit Tigers are in first place (yes!). I know that the former won’t last and pray that the latter will. But Lenny has done an excellent job of organizing these issues and recruiting a great lineup of luminaries in infectious diseases.

The hardcore New York Yankees fan, Leonard R. Krilov, MD, is the Guest Editor of this issue, as well as the July issue, of Pediatric Annals (see his column with baseball cards). As I write this, the Yankees are mired in last place (yes!) and my Detroit Tigers are in first place (yes!). I know that the former won’t last and pray that the latter will. But Lenny has done an excellent job of organizing these issues and recruiting a great lineup of luminaries in infectious diseases.

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