Albert B. Sabin Papers 1930-1993 1939-1969


Albert B. Sabin Papers, 1930-1993, 1939-1969

Albert B. Sabin Papers 1930-1993 1939-1969

The personal and professional papers of Albert B. Sabin, who developed the oral polio vaccine while at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and The Children's Hospital Research Foundation. Some material in this series have been digitized through a 2010 National Endowment for the Humanities grant. To view these digitized materials, please visit .








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