Albert Sabin

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Noun1.Albert Sabin - United States microbiologist (born in Poland) who developed the Sabin vaccine that is taken orally against poliomyelitis (born 1906)
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Albert B. Sabin, University of Cincinnati Medical Center scientist who developed the Sabin oral live-virus polio vaccine that in three years has been used for more than 250 million persons, ...
Albert B. Sabin, a non-profit organization dedicated to conducting research into therapeutic vaccines and NTDs.
Their topics include smallpox inoculation in Washington's army, the electoral response to the naval revolution, Albert B. Sabin and the conquest of epidemic disease, the rise of big engineering during World War II, and global metrology 1961-80.