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Congress paid attention. In 1954, when the Salk IPV went into wide national and multi-country testing, DDT and other polio-causing substances came under domestic restrictions. The “DDT Is Good For Me” campaign was over. No testing was scheduled for the Nevada Test Site in ’54 while the new Salk vaccine was under trial. Polio was going to go away and the vaccine was going to be a great success. Pesticides could now also cover up the radiation cause of polio.