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Layton McCurdy, M.D.
Psychiatric Services 2004; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.55.10.1180
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To the Editor: It has been my good fortune to know John Talbott for 40 years. He has been a great contributor to our field, especially in regard to patients served in the public sector. His contributions have made a huge impact on the way patients are cared for and cared about. John brings many personal qualities to any encounter. He is intelligent, slightly irreverent, with a wonderful sense of humor. Perhaps his greatest asset is his wife Sue. I will miss his steady hand at the journal, but I will look forward to seeing him in different places, perhaps even on the streets of Paris.

Dr. McCurdy is Dean Emeritus and Distinguished University Professor at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston.




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