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Saturday, October 10, 2015

ACTIVE IMMUNIZATION AGAINST POLIOMYELITIS

ACTIVE IMMUNIZATION AGAINST POLIOMYELITIS
MAURICE BRODIE, M. D. AND WILLIAM H. PARK, M.D.
JOURNAL of the American Medical Association 105 no. 14 (Oct. 5, 1935) :1089-1093
Page 5. We were able to render mice susceptible to the virus of poliomyelitis by subjecting them to repeated x-ray exposures and to transfer the infectious agent serially to normal mice.
Page 7. They have shown that the exposure of mice to x-rays renders them susceptible to the infection and it may be that some such method will be developed by which virus will be available on a large scale.
Jim’s note.
The infectious agent is the poison they created which is defined as virus.
The “virus” of polio was ground-up human spinal cord. See Flexner 1910.

Jim O’Kelly Founder of the Anti-Vaccination league of America.

Jim O'Kelly




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