P. W. C.
Infantile paralysis strikes its victims in such a spectacular manner and is often so devastating that it arouses consternation and general sympathy. This has stimulated a huge volume of investigation which would be out of all proportion to the importance of the disease if this were judged solely by the frequency of its occurrence. The necessity until recently of utilizing monkeys exclusively in the experimental study of the disease has greatly restricted the scope of such investigations. However, the availability of liberal grants of funds for such studies and the recent introduction of new technical procedures have rapidly advanced our
P. W. C.. IMMUNIZATION FROM PARALYTIC POLIOMYELITIS. Ann Intern Med. 1953;38:1339–1344. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-38-6-1339
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