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- n. Poliomyelitis.
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- n. Abbreviation of poliomyelitis
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- n. an acute viral disease marked by inflammation of nerve cells of the brain stem and spinal cord
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Taken together, these findings do not support the hypothesis that SV40 virus contained in polio vaccines administered before 1963 cause cancers.
As a survivor, I am sickened that polio is still not eradicated and that some parents question the necessity and safety of vaccination.
Swaggering and hostile, the Italians announce their intent: We're spreadin 'polio ....
That fear of polio is the context of Philip Roth's new novel, "Nemesis," and Philip Roth, welcome to the program.
Since travel makes the world a much smaller place, a recurrence of polio is merely a plane ride away.
A good example of a plausible promise, on the other hand, is: “we will eradicate polio from the world.”
Allie said She's not actually getting a mild dose of polio, is she?
The story of Dr. Jonas Salk and the cure for polio is really about dedicating oneâ€ ™ s life to a higher purpose.
The success accomplished in the global eradication of small pox since 1977, has spurred the goal of eradication of other immunisation preventable diseases such as polio, which is now at the brink of extinction.
As in how does a highschool American get pussy-polio and why haven’t we been calling it pussy-polio from the get go?