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Why I became a Polio Ambassador

By Archie Panjabi When I was 10 years old, I had an opportunity to stay in my parents’ homeland, India, for a period of two years. Coming from England, it was a huge cultural shock. But it was also a great experience for me to learn about my heritage. Archie PanjabiImage/Video Screen Shot One of the things that affected me deeply was my daily walk More...

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By Robert On Sunday, October 20th, 2013
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My Brush with Polio

By Polly Hincks Polio is a mystery. In its time it brought terror. It indiscriminently struck with minor flu-like illness in one person, death to the person next door, paralysis of the muscles in a leg or shoulder, More...

By Guest Author On Friday, October 18th, 2013
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Running the distance for polio eradication

By Tanya F. Wolff I am not a runner. I can jog. I can walk and I can hike. I do these things for those in the world who cannot. Image/Rotary International The PolioPlus program was already in effect when I joined More...

By Guest Author On Wednesday, October 16th, 2013
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Polio eradication has helped define who we are

By Jennifer Jones I was perhaps six or seven when I began to wonder why my grandmother walked differently – why she had one leg that was shorter than the other? As I would later learn, she was a polio survivor More...


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