Jonas Edward Salk was born on October 28, 1914 in New York and died on June 23, 1995.
While studying at the New York University School of Medicine, he stood out from his class mates not just because of his academic expertise, but because he chose medical research in place of studying to be a practicing physician.
The Salk vaccine was discovered in1955. Up until then, polio was known as the most terrifying public health problem of the post war US.
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