Comment: Pros, cons and great minds
I discovered recently that the idea that great minds think alike is actually true, although it’s undoubtedly a concept we also invoke to our convenience. There’s less discussion about great minds not thinking alike – although, as it happens, that would also be pertinent to this editorial. Let’s look at the thinking alike version first. The editorial board meeting for Dermatology in Practice (DIP) is always, thankfully, a lively affair with lots of ideas generated. Many of the ideas are ‘one-offs’ for a single article, but on the most recent occasion we came up with a few themed ideas as well.
Dermatology in practice 2005; 13(2): 4–4
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