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Note From the Editor-in-Chief

        Pediatrics lost two wonderful leaders—especially in medical education and humanism in medicine—with the tragic deaths of Steve Miller and Rich Sarkin. In lieu of a letter from the editor in this issue, we asked Lewis First, Larrie Greenberg, and Ben Siegel (all leaders in pediatric education) to comment on the lessons Steve and Rich taught the community of general pediatricians.
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