Medicine: Polio Push

Franklin Roosevelt is not only the nation's No. 1 citizen but its No.1 victim of infantile paralysis. He is not only President of the U. S. but president of the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation. Warm Springs is close to the Roosevelt heart, but lately he has come to feel that poliomyelitis must be combated in a long & strong push on a national front.*

Before starting on his Western trip last week (see p. 11), the President announced that he had made plans for a new foundation which would be a national extension of Warm Springs. It will try to co-ordinate...

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