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We have both had a long love affair with the Journal of Medical Ethics. For many years before we were appointed editors we had both been regular contributors, thinking of the JME as the obvious home for many of our best papers. We hope we have managed to give some sense of this enthusiasm during our tenure of office and our ambition has been to keep the JME high in academic stature and popularity and also high in the affections of both contributors and readers.
The JME has a history of appeal to a broad range of interests and concerns, a reputation for accepting high-quality …
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