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To the editors and chapter authors for their hard work to put together this exciting book summarizing the bright future ahead for non-coding RNAs in translational medicine. Many thanks to members of the Esquela-Kerscher laboratory and faculty, students and staff of the Leroy T. Canoles Jr. Cancer Research Center for their support and spirited discussions about how our research can better impact the cancer biology field and the community.

Aurora Esquela-Kerscher

This book is dedicated to our universe, which inspires, challenges, creates and molds beauty, even from the most unexpected corners and circumstances. The pursuit of knowledge is a great adventure. In loving memory of Elmer Martinez, my late father. Endless gratitude to my mother Eda Noguera, my sister Karla “Zeo” Sanchez and my brother Elmer Martinez.

Bridget Martinez

To the many students, fellows, scientists and clinicians who contributed to the extraordinary expansion of the field of non-coding RNA biology and medicine. A special thanks to the past and present members of Calin's laboratory. Without their dedication and hard work no discoveries or papers would come out of my laboratory.

George A. Calin

To my family, friends, staff and students at the Otago Medical School, thank you for your support and encouragement as I have travelled on my journey in teaching and biomedical research. And special thanks to you Bridget for shining your light on me in these past few years and helping me achieve so much more.

Philip Peplow

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