• journal of pathology J. Pathol. 186: 339 (1998) EDITORIAL R . t -in- MA Jou ofe um nno Jo co iew Editorship of the first of this new series. back on this first oVering and by suggesting possible The Editor-in-Chief is indebted to Professors Hall and Lane for agreeing to operate within a timescale which, out of necessity, was extremely demanding. Despite this, or perhaps partly as a result, ‘Molecular and Cellular Themes in Cancer Research’ makes a major and timely contribution to the literature, which will be valued by all who have an interest in cancer, from basic science to diagnostic pathology. In recognition of the potential interest of this issue to a very broad audience, this publication is also being made available to non- subscribers as a free-standing title (for further details please refer to the Announcement at the front of this issue). It is a tribute to our Guest Editors that they were able to plan the content of this issue, to assemble such an outstanding team of contributors, and to persuade, topics and contributors for future issues (e-mail: j.pathology@qub.ac.uk). A previous attempt2 to generate reader feedback resulted in only nine written communications; we hope that this Annual Review Issue and its implications may stimulate vox populi more powerfully than the rather more trivial matter of book reviews. In conclusion, we look forward to ‘Molecular and Cellular Themes in Cancer Research’ and its annual successors earning the recognition they deserve, through the appreciation and citations of the Journal’s readers throughout the world. Your feedback will be very welcome. REFERENCES 1. Molecular and Cellular Themes in cancer research. J Pathol 1999; 187(1). 2. Who wants book reviews? J Pathol 1997; 183: 127–128.*E-mail: j.pathology@qub.ac.uk THE ANNUAL peter g Editor SUM This Editorial introduces the first Annual Review Issue of the Cancer Research’ and produced under the Guest Editorship of Pr U.K. This issue will appear as Journal of Pathology Volume 187, N as a free-standing volume (for further details please refer to the A Annual Review Issues on major topics in pathology. Readers of the and to suggest possible topics and contributors for future issues, in ? 1998 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. KEY WORDS—cancer; molecular pathology; cellular pathology; rev The Editorial Team and the Publishers of the Journal of Pathology are pleased to announce the launch of a new feature, the Annual Review Issue, entitled ‘Molecu- lar and Cellular Themes in Cancer Research’.1 Every year, the Journal intends to produce an Annual Review Issue in this format on a major topic of interest to pathologists. Review articles on selected topics are among the most popular items on the Journal’s monthly bill of fare, but the concept of an annual issue of the Journal devoted solely to invited reviews on a single major theme was first raised, and was warmly received, at a meeting of the Editorial Board in December 1997. Following consul- tation on possible themes, Professor Peter Hall and Professor David Lane were invited to accept the Guest CCC 0022–3417/98/120339–01$17.50 ? 1998 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. oner* Chief RY rnal of Pathology, entitled ‘Molecular and Cellular Themes in ssor Peter Hall and Professor David Lane of Dundee, Scotland, ber 1. For non-subscribers, this publication can also be purchased uncement at the front of this issue). This is the first of a series of urnal are invited to oVer their comments on this new development rrespondence with the Editor-in-Chief at j.pathology@qub.ac.uk. cajole or coerce them to deliver their manuscripts in so short a time and to so high a standard. In its distinctive livery, the resultant volume is a credit to all those involved, including the production staV at our Publishers, John Wiley. The Editor-in-Chief speaks for the Editorial Board, the Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland, and the international readership of the Journal, in congratulating those who have taken up this concept and have made it such a success. The problem with success lies in doing it again . . . and again! The Journal must now sustain the momentum. Plans are already in hand for the next Annual Review Issue, details of which will be advertised in the Journal during the coming months. The Journal’s readers themselves can assist the Editor-in-Chief by giving feed- EVIEW ISSUE REFERENCES
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  • journal of pathology J. Pathol. 186: 339 (1998) EDITORIAL R . t -in- MA Jou ofe um nno Jo co iew Editorship of the first of this new series. back on this first oVering and by suggesting possible The Editor-in-Chief is indebted to Professors Hall and Lane for agreeing to operate within a timescale which, out of necessity, was extremely demanding. Despite this, or perhaps partly as a result, ‘Molecular and Cellular Themes in Cancer Research’ makes a major and timely contribution to the literature, which will be valued by all who have an interest in cancer, from basic science to diagnostic pathology. In recognition of the potential interest of this issue to a very broad audience, this publication is also being made available to non- subscribers as a free-standing title (for further details please refer to the Announcement at the front of this issue). It is a tribute to our Guest Editors that they were able to plan the content of this issue, to assemble such an outstanding team of contributors, and to persuade, topics and contributors for future issues (e-mail: j.pathology@qub.ac.uk). A previous attempt2 to generate reader feedback resulted in only nine written communications; we hope that this Annual Review Issue and its implications may stimulate vox populi more powerfully than the rather more trivial matter of book reviews. In conclusion, we look forward to ‘Molecular and Cellular Themes in Cancer Research’ and its annual successors earning the recognition they deserve, through the appreciation and citations of the Journal’s readers throughout the world. Your feedback will be very welcome. REFERENCES 1. Molecular and Cellular Themes in cancer research. J Pathol 1999; 187(1). 2. Who wants book reviews? J Pathol 1997; 183: 127–128.*E-mail: j.pathology@qub.ac.uk THE ANNUAL peter g Editor SUM This Editorial introduces the first Annual Review Issue of the Cancer Research’ and produced under the Guest Editorship of Pr U.K. This issue will appear as Journal of Pathology Volume 187, N as a free-standing volume (for further details please refer to the A Annual Review Issues on major topics in pathology. Readers of the and to suggest possible topics and contributors for future issues, in ? 1998 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. KEY WORDS—cancer; molecular pathology; cellular pathology; rev The Editorial Team and the Publishers of the Journal of Pathology are pleased to announce the launch of a new feature, the Annual Review Issue, entitled ‘Molecu- lar and Cellular Themes in Cancer Research’.1 Every year, the Journal intends to produce an Annual Review Issue in this format on a major topic of interest to pathologists. Review articles on selected topics are among the most popular items on the Journal’s monthly bill of fare, but the concept of an annual issue of the Journal devoted solely to invited reviews on a single major theme was first raised, and was warmly received, at a meeting of the Editorial Board in December 1997. Following consul- tation on possible themes, Professor Peter Hall and Professor David Lane were invited to accept the Guest CCC 0022–3417/98/120339–01$17.50 ? 1998 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. oner* Chief RY rnal of Pathology, entitled ‘Molecular and Cellular Themes in ssor Peter Hall and Professor David Lane of Dundee, Scotland, ber 1. For non-subscribers, this publication can also be purchased uncement at the front of this issue). This is the first of a series of urnal are invited to oVer their comments on this new development rrespondence with the Editor-in-Chief at j.pathology@qub.ac.uk. cajole or coerce them to deliver their manuscripts in so short a time and to so high a standard. In its distinctive livery, the resultant volume is a credit to all those involved, including the production staV at our Publishers, John Wiley. The Editor-in-Chief speaks for the Editorial Board, the Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland, and the international readership of the Journal, in congratulating those who have taken up this concept and have made it such a success. The problem with success lies in doing it again . . . and again! The Journal must now sustain the momentum. Plans are already in hand for the next Annual Review Issue, details of which will be advertised in the Journal during the coming months. The Journal’s readers themselves can assist the Editor-in-Chief by giving feed- EVIEW ISSUE REFERENCES
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