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Polio Books, Articles


Excerpted on this website:

The Polio Paradox – Richard L. Bruno https://polioforever.wordpress.com/the-polio-paradox/

Patenting The Sun – Jane S. Smith https://polioforever.wordpress.com/patenting-the-sun/

Dr. Mary’s Monkey – Edward Haslam https://polioforever.wordpress.com/dr-marys-monkey/



1910 – Epidemic Poliomyelitis – by the Committee for the Collective Investigation of the New York Epidemic of Infantile Spinal Paralysis

1911 – Infantile Paralysis in Massachsetts During 1910 – by the Massachusetts State Board of Health

1914 – Nervous and Mental Diseases – by Archibald Church and Frederic Peterson

1914 – Manual of Infantile Paralysis, With Modern Methods of Treatment – by Henry Frauenthal and Jacolyn Van Vliet, based on 3,000 cases

1917 – Poliomyelitis in All Its Aspects – by John Ruhrah and Erwin Emanuel Mayer

1917 – Journal of Experimental Medicine, April issue, by Simon Flexner and RIMR

1932 –  Poliomyelitis: Organized by Jeremiah Milbank – by the International Committee for the Study of Infantile Paralysis and Jeremiah Milbank

1935 – Infantile Paralysis – by George Draper

1942 – The Neural Mechanisms in Poliomyelitis – by Howard A. Howe

1946 – Poliovirus Isolation Studies – by Carleton Everett Schwerdt

1971 – A History of Poliomyelitis – by John R. Paul (AFEB), Yale University Press



2000 – Dr. Julie K. Silver http://www.skally.net/ppsc/silver3.html (this website supports the historical polio dogma)

2002 – The Polio Paradox, author Richard L. Bruno [see page]


Laboratory Polio 2002

http://www.abc.net.au/stories/s605113.htm , reporter Nonee Walsh speaks to Eckard Wimmer of SUNY


http://www.nti.org/d_newswire/issues/2002/7/23/6s.html , Ebola “easy to make…like polio”


Historic, magazine articles
July 26 1948 – http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,887860,00.html?iid=chix-sphere “Since January 1 [1948] there have been 2,881 cases of polio in the U.S. By the same date in 1946…only 2,165 had been reported…..Dr. Hart E. Van Riper, medical director of the NFIP, said: “We may be fighting not one disease, but a whole family of slightly related diseases….we do not know how closely related these virus strains are, or indeed, if they are biologically related at all”…
August 22, 1949 – http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,800612-2,00.html …”poliomyelitis is probably one of the commonest diseases…Last week, scare headlines reported that 1949 had already produced about 11,000 cases… This week it became known that great numbers of cases diagnosed and reported as polio may not be polio at all”…
Feb.09, 1953 – http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,889643,00.html ..”a way has been found to treat polio with chemicals”…
1953, Better Homes magazine, on availability of gamma globulin for inoculation http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/goldenage/wonder/Archive/Popular/betterhomes0653.htm
1956, Maurice B. Bayly “The Story of the Salk Anti-poliomyelitis Vaccine” http://www.whale.to/vaccines/polio.html
1994, Newsweek magazine begins first publishing on ‘post-polio’
Wild poliovirus imported to Australia by a Pakistani man who received 3 doses of OPV as a child  http://www.cdc.gov/EID/content/15/1/63.htm
March 29, 2007 -Tuskeegee Institute** opens a polio center in 1941 http://ajph.aphapublications.org/cgi/content/full/97/5/784
**Tuskeggee, scene of the infamous syphilis experiment that took place from the 1930s to the 1970s, also became the center of production for cancer cells called HeLa that were used for mass cultivation of poliovirus and vaccine reagent (see Immortal Cancer page). Julius Rosenwald and his son Lessing were lifetime board members of the Tuskegee Institute, and Lessing’s sister, Edith Rosenwald Stern, was a participant in the New Orleans plot to assassinate JFK and frame L.H. Oswald (see Dr. Mary’s Monkey page).
October 1998 – looking back at the Salk IPV vaccine trials/evaluation http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1114166/

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