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To Vaccinate or Not the Vaccinate? That is the Question.

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During the first half of the 1950s, Jonas Salk, MD developed the first injectable vaccine against polio containing inactivated, or “killed”, strains of the poliovirus.

As a dead, rather than live, virus vaccine, Dr. Salk’s IPV supposedly carried no risk of giving recipients “vaccine-associated polio paralysis. Accept that the polio-virus that Dr. Salk killed with formalin, or formaldehyde, were not always killed; they sometimes only appeared to be killed and this produced more people to have polio by taking the vaccine. Tune in Wednesday Jan 2, 2019 at 7PM, FOR THE REST OF THE STORY.