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The Polio panic continued when Dwight Eisenhower was sworn in as President in 1953 with more than 35,000 cases reported in the United States that year. But, the innovation that would soon alleviate that fear was on the horizon with Dr. Jonas Salk beginning to test what would later become the vaccine we know today.

The Polio panic continued when Dwight Eisenhower was sworn in as President in 1953 with more than 35,000 cases reported in the United States that year. But, the innovation that would soon alleviate that fear was on the horizon with Dr. Jonas Salk beginning to test what would later become the vaccine we know today.

A Rose Garden Ceremony Honoring Dr. Jonas Salk (front row, 2nd from left), April 22, 1955. Front row, from left, Basil O'Connor, President, National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis; Salk; President Dwight D. Eisenhower; Oveta Culp Hobby, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare

A Rose Garden Ceremony Honoring Dr. Jonas Salk (front row, 2nd from left), April 22, 1955. Front row, from left, Basil O'Connor, President, National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis; Salk; President Dwight D. Eisenhower; Oveta Culp Hobby, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare

The development of the influenza vaccine was the result of the work of many scientists and physicians. Dr. Thomas Francis, Jr, MD, pictured above, a physician, virologist, and epidemiologist, was awarded the Medal of Freedom by President Harry Truman in 1946 for his work in developing the flu vaccination.” For more info, check out innovation.org

The development of the influenza vaccine was the result of the work of many scientists and physicians. Dr. Thomas Francis, Jr, MD, pictured above, a physician, virologist, and epidemiologist, was awarded the Medal of Freedom by President Harry Truman in 1946 for his work in developing the flu vaccination.” For more info, check out innovation.org

1957 - Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon watching inaugural parade with Anne & David Eisenhower and Julie & Tricia Nixon"

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President Eisenhower and Vice President Nixon watch the inaugural parade with Anne & David Eisenhower and Julie & Tricia Nixon, January from the Eisenhower Presidential Library

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Dwight D. Eisenhower takes the Oath of Office as the President of the United States during his Inauguration January 20, 1953 in Washington D.C. Also pictured is former president Harry S. Truman and Richard M. Nixon.

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Dwight D. Eisenhower takes the Oath of Office as the President of the United States during his Inauguration January in Washington D. Also pictured is former president Harry S Truman and future president Richard M.

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Thomas Dewey with Dwight Eisenhower

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