First aust polio case in 21yrs was found in Nurnberg on February 16, 1955
Newspaper report in November of 1954 indicates this was found in another part of the city – “In an earlier period the polio epidemic had been severe in Nurnberg, a large and well-populated city…and the polio cases, by far, were not high in these places”. 우리카지노However, by 1953, it was already obvious that the epidemic was expanding beyond the city limits
It is known that the only doctor willing to admit to the presence of polio was Dr. Jeroen J. He told the World Health Organism’s in Geneva at the end of 1954 that at this time, there was no definite proof that polio had been eradicated or even that a case had been found in Austria in 1921. He did however, admit that there was a small incidence of the disease in vari카지노 사이트ous parts of Austria, but no official record of these cases exists, as of now.
The problem with this statement, though, is that Dr. Jeroen J. had his suspicions about the disease and if true he is aware that there were more than 40 cases that year reported, that only three of them resulted in paralysis. In the last two years of 1921 and 1922 alone, almost 200 patients were reported to have had paralysis – a much higher number than were found, however, in any of the other years of the century. It seems to me a good bet that Dr. Jeroen J. was not aware that there was even a polio outbreak in a particular location, much less a whole epidemic, in the western Austrian states during one single winter. Even if this was his suspicion, he could not have known that it was being reported on such a regular basis from so many doctors in two of the busiest countries in Europe.
The polio epidemics are an issue of huge importance for the WHO. The incidence of polio in the U.S. in the 50’s wa예스카지노s only 6 – 7%. By the time the U.S. was involved in the Cold War of the 1950’s, these numbers had risen to 45 – 50% (the same as in the USA, that is to say, not higher than the figure for Britain and France at the turn of the century). Many millions of these infected children had to die because of the lack of any effective vaccines, as well as those who had developed secondary infections.
According to the following facts, in the 50’s and ’60’s, the incidence of the epidemic among the young populatio