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Remembering our predecessors

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I WAS very pleased to see your note in a recent issue (VR, May 13, 2017, vol 180, p 478) inviting tributes to those who had died.

The history of our profession is based on our many predecessors. Some were well known nationally. Others are only known by small groups locally where they practised or in the laboratories, lecture theatres or offices where they worked and provided a service. A few are just known by a small number of their (often college) contemporaries. However, all contributed to a greater or lesser extent to our past and …

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