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FROM THE ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

By the time you receive this Newsletter, I will be attending the State Veterinary Foreign Animal Disease Diagnostician (FADD) Training Course in Plum Island, New York. The purpose of this course is to orient veterinarians in the diagnosis of foreign animal diseases of livestock and poultry. I was one of two persons from the State of Indiana selected to attend this course, and I am excited about being able to attend and learn more about foreign animal diseases. I am certain that this training will be beneficial to me as well as to you in helping all of us at ADDL continuously monitor for foreign animal diseases. (I should also add that four other of our veterinary pathologists have already received this training at some time during their career.)

As I am sure you are aware, there have been several new cases of Pseudorabies in swine diagnosed in the last few months. This disease issue has been closely watched by swine producers, veterinary practitioners, and state animal health officials as well as by the public through journalism media. We are continuing to do all that we can to work with you as practitioners as well as the State Veterinarian's Office in dealing with this disease. We greatly appreciate your understanding and your patience as we all work together on this disease problem.

Hopefully, by now, you have received a new copy of our 1998 ADDL User's Guide. We hope you will take a few moments to familiarize yourself with this new guide and we hope it will be helpful as you prepare to send diagnostic samples to this laboratory.

As always, I hope you enjoy this Newsletter. We have attempted to fill it with interesting and informative articles regarding animal diseases and diagnostics. If you have any comments regarding this Newsletter, please let us hear from you.

 

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West Lafayette, IN 47907
Phone: 765-494-7440
Fax: 765-494-9181

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Dubois, IN 47527
Phone: (812) 678-3401
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