• Polio – A Global Problem

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    The year is 1916 when polio epidemic in the United States killed thousands of people and paralyzed thousands more. In 1950s, there were more than 20,000 cases of polio annually. The production of Vaccine began in 1955. By 1960, the number had dropped.

    There are 3 types of paralytic polio:

    Spinal polio *

    It can cause paralysis of the muscles in the arms and legs, as well as the muscles that control breathing

    Bulbar polio *

    This severe type of polio destroys the cranial nerves that control seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, and swallowing

    Bulbospinal polio *

    A combination of two types of polio: bulbar and spinal paralytic polio

    It can cause paralysis of the arms and legs, and may also affect breathing, swallowing, and heart function.

    The oral polio vaccine can cause vaccine-associated paralytic polio, sheds and infects others, and “has changed over time” and “behaves more like” the wild virus it’s supposed to protect us against? Is that code for…mutated vaccine virus? Logic of course would suggest we should all get vaccinated. It’s cool, we will just cross our fingers and hope we don’t get paralysis or that the virus doesn’t mutate and infect other populations. If it does, we’ll just pretend the vaccine has nothing to do with it and push more vaccines since eradicating paralysis with something that causes paralysis makes complete sense.

    WHO (World Health Organization) must’ve known better on what vaccine to give, to prevent the illness, if oral vaccine is no longer encourage to be disperse, then it should not be use even to the very least of people. Especially those people in the third world countries. If WHO’s intention was to annihilate Polio; then they should start giving the right medicines.

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