The Salk Vaccine

May 1956
New Republic;5/21/56, Vol. 134 Issue 21, p4
Focuses on the concern regarding availability of the Salk vaccine, a polio vaccine during the summer season in the United States. Confidence of parents in the Salk vaccine; Views of Richard Seibert, director of the vaccine allocation program, that the vaccine will be available; Assumption that 25 percent of people will not seek the vaccine; Opinion that people most able to pay for the vaccine will get it.


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