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July 1961
New Yorker;7/15/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 22, p18
The article focuses on the ninth annual test of human subjects on active immunization against poliomyelitis conducted by doctor Jonas E. Salk atthe D. T. Watson Home for Crippled Children in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in July 1961. The subjects were first inoculated against polio in July and August 1952. Blood tests showed that the younger people had no antibodies at all to any of polio types.


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