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Rotary releases US$35.9 million to fight polio in Africa and Asia

The continued fight to eliminate polio has been given an additional $36 million boost from Rotary in support of polio immunization activities and research...

2,000 children given polio vaccinations

More than 2,000 children received polio vaccinations offered free by the Pattaya Public Health Department. Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome was the first to administer the...

Rotary challenges world’s governments to target Polio

Ahead of the UN General Assembly, Evanston-based humanitarian group holds strategy session with members from around the world including Pakistan and Nigeria Mary Stitt is...

One big smile from Bangkok

The 2012 RI Convention in Bangkok, Thailand, has drawn to a close. But the event is still leaving a big smile on many people’s...

Rotary celebrates India’s first polio-free year

Rotary Club members worldwide are cautiously celebrating a major milestone in the global effort to eradicate polio. India, until recently an epicenter of the...

Rotarians and Pattaya City continue anti-polio campaign

Pattaya continued its anti-polio campaign, again offering free vaccinations to infants and toddlers, as well as a contest to encourage healthy children. ...

Polio

Dear Editor: I read with great interest Michael Nightingale’s letter (Feb 25) about the polio vaccine. In his book “Slaughter of the Innocent”,...

Polio vaccination

Dear Sri, Since Maria Cheng’s article (11th Feb) questioned the wisdom of widespread polio vaccination, I would like to add a few little...

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