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The symposium coincides with this year’s celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the first vaccine against polio, a disease that once paralyzed 13,000 to 20,000 people nationwide each year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control http://c-i-a-l-i-s.com/ed-medications.html . In 1952, three years before the vaccine was produced, commissioned some 58,000 people in the U.S. Polio.

About the Salk Institute.in 1960 in 1960, just five years after Dr. Jonas Salk polio vaccine was proven safe and effective in clinical trials sponsored by the March of Dimes. ‘Jonas Salk never benefited from of the many years of hard work, which he dedicated to the development of the polio vaccine,’said Richard Murphy, the Salk Institute president and CEO.

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BRIEFING OVERVIEW:11:00 EST on Friday, at the auditorium of National Academies’ Buildings , May 2100 C St. Washington, DC Those that who can not attend, Visiting professor at audio webcast and to submit matters to hear with the help of an e – mail form on. * Charles Carpenter, Professor of Medicine and manager, AIDS Center, Brown University, Providence.

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