According to the World Health Organization and other public health authorities, the African Continent has…
Dr. Albert Sabin, creator of the oral polio vaccine, delivered a lecture at Johns Hopkins University on January 21, 1988. He spoke on how the international community must come together to control diseases and conditions around the world. The lecture runs about an hour and 25 minutes. He begins his lecture at 5 minutes and 50 seconds into the video.
It is National Immunization Awareness Month in the United States, and we are kicking it off with a television interview that Dr. Jonas Salk, creator of the injected polio vaccine, gave to James Day in the Public Television program Day at Night on April 28, 1974. The interview runs about 28 minutes.
A one-hour podcast telling us the story of the race for the polio vaccine.
This newsreel was shown around the country in December 1960. The last segment talks about the Sabin polio vaccine.