appeared on the cover of Time magazine on the 29th of March, 1954 for inventing the polio vaccination.
(5.) "Jonas Salk
and Albert Bruce Sabin," Science History Institute, January 8, 2017, https://www.sciencehistory.org/historical-profile/jonas-salk-and-albert-bruce-sabin.
He also selectively quotes Jonas Salk
the inventor of the polio vaccine as saying that the vaccine has led directly to cases of paralysis in the United States.
(1914-95) announced the successful test of a vaccine to fight polio.
While some entertained, others were scientists, like Benjamin Spock and Jonas Salk
, and influenced childcare.
| 1914: Polio vaccine pioneer Jonas Salk
was born in New York.
. Name the close low-cut shoe which gets its named from a character created by Richard Felton Outcault for his comic strip, Buster Brown, first published in 1902?
The World Polio Day is observed annually on October 24, which marks the birth of United States virologist Jonas Salk
who was leader of the team that invented a polio vaccine in 1955.
The day was established by Rotary International over a decade ago to commemorate the birth of Jonas Salk
, who led the first team to develop a vaccine against poliomyelitis.
who developed an inactivated polio vaccine, containing a dead polio virus.
"What we need is a Jonas Salk
for mental illness," the priest says, referring to the doctor who created the polio vaccine and turned the nation's greatest health scare into a rarity almost overnight.