This Day in Jewish History / The man who gave us a painless polio vaccine is born
Albert Sabin wasn't the first to find a way to thwart the virus. The Russian-born genius just found a way to make it not hurt.
August 26, 1906, is the birthdate of Albert Sabin, the medical researcher whose many discoveries included identifying how the polio virus spreads, which led to his development of a safe and reliable oral vaccine for prevention of the disease.
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