If there had been a influenza vaccine in 1918-19 during the pandemic at that time, 650,000 people need not have died, including my mother’s little 18-month old brother. She almost died, too. If there was a polio vaccine early last century, President Franklin Roosevelt would not have spent much of his life and all of his presidency in a wheelchair. My husband’s grandmother would not have spent all of hers in one.
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