Prioritizing the end of polio

01/16/2012 | Bloomberg Businessweek · NPR.org

The last recorded case of polio in India affected an 18-month-old girl in West Bengal, Rukhsar Khatoon, who recovered from the disease without lasting paralysis -- only a few years ago, the country recorded as many as 100,000 cases a year. Eradication of the disease can happen elsewhere, according to philanthropist Bill Gates, when there is "political will, quality immunization campaigns and an entire nation's determination."

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