Arthropod-borne virus information exchange Number 22, June 1972
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Arthropod-borne virus information exchange Number 22, June 1972
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    With Issue Number 21, the Arthropod-borne Virus Information Exchange came of age. Over a period of twelve years it grew to be one of the most successful instruments yet evolved for global exchange of information among scientists. To get it started, over the skepticism of many peers, took the interest and contributions of an increasing number of participants. As it grew, so did the effort to produce it. Transcription of the contents from a variety of manuscripts and illustrations to a readable and clear presentation of increasing volume required the sequential training of six different secretaries in The Rockefeller Foundation, Center for Disease Control, and the University of California at Los Angeles. The operation has finally exceeded the resources here to properly produce it. To train a seventh key transcriptionist is beyond present possibility. So your editor must bow to the passage of time and the excesses of the Infoexchange’s success and hand it over to Dr. Roy W. Chamberlain at the Center for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia where the resources which produced it from 1961-1966 are presently available, and where, in Dr. Chamberlain, there is editorial maturity and extensive knowledge that will continue to serve the best scientific requirements of the participants. - Telford H. Work
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