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IN further tribute to Frank Tudor Whitney Jordan (VR, March 28, 2015, vol 176, pp 337-338), R. S. Jones writes: The passing of Frank Jordan sees the loss of a dedicated and totally committed veterinary scientist in the true sense of the word.

I first met him in 1957, when as second-year students at Liverpool he introduced us to poultry diseases. My lasting memory is of him wearing an immaculate white surgical gown in contrast to the white coats of his …

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