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To be or not to be? The question of virulence as posed by polio

In a previous post we discussed the identity of polio. If you haven’t yet read it and aren’t well-versed in who or what polio is, might I recommend a brief glance? If you’re already up to date on cVDPVs, let’s … Continue reading

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You’ve heard about measles, you’ve probably even heard about smallpox… but what do you know about polio?

Feeling feverish? It could be the outcome of a fevered excitement to read this article, or it could be polio. Polio, also known as poliomyelitis (let’s stick with polio), is a highly contagious illness that can, along with fever, induce … Continue reading

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