Albert Sabin


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United States microbiologist (born in Poland) who developed the Sabin vaccine that is taken orally against poliomyelitis (born 1906)

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Albert Sabin, who envisioned the enormous potential of vaccines to prevent deadly disease.
Peter Salk will accept on behalf of Jonas Salk, Albert Sabin and all medical scientists who pioneered vaccines to immunize against polio and other preventable diseases.
Developed by Albert Sabin and used widely in the United States since 1962, the vaccine has virtually eliminated the disease in this country.
The Expo will be held at the Albert Sabin Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.
David Bernstein, MD, Albert Sabin Professor of Pediatrics, Director, Infectious Diseases and Director of the Gamble Program at the Cincinnati Children's Hospital and Medical Center.
And Albert Sabin, the 60-year veteran of biomedical research who developed the oral polio vaccine, wrote in 1992 that studies using animals "were necessary to solve many problems before an oral polio-virus vaccine could become a reality.
Albert Sabin, who developed the oral polio vaccine in the early 1960s and envisioned the enormous potential of vaccines to prevent deadly diseases.
Cano is Director of the Albert Sabin Vaccine Foundation and is a member of numerous scientific societies and business organizations.
DR JONAS SALK DEFINITIVE STAMP POSTMASTER SPECIAL CANCELLATIONS PO BOX 92282 WASHINGTON DC 20090-2282 DR ALBERT SABIN DEFINITIVE STAMP POSTMASTER SPECIAL CANCELLATIONS PO BOX 92282 WASHINGTON DC 20090-2282
AMEX:EZR) today announced that the first annual Easyriders V-Twin Trade Expo held last month at Hall C of the Albert Sabin Convention Center in Cincinnati, was completely sold out to capacity.
Over the objections of critics including Enders and vaccine rival Albert Sabin, Salk and the March of Dimes launched what was then the largest field trial ever attempted.
Stringer, Department of Molecular Genetics, Biochemistry, and Microbiology, College of Medicine, University of Cincinnati, ML 524 231 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, OH 45267, USA; email: stringjr@ucmail.