From the founding editors: Beginners' luck, pluck, and conviction
From the founding editors
Beginners' luck, pluck, and conviction
The appearance of the Harvard Health Letter (initially titled the Harvard Medical School Health Letter) 30 years ago represented the triumph of conviction over amateurism.
The conviction, shared by both of us, was that it was high time for a leading medical school abounding in clinical and research expertise to engage a public hungry for reliable health information.