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Poliomyelitis and Genetic Primary Immune Deficiencies
- CDC information: A polio-free U.S. thanks to vaccine efforts
- CDC blog post: What’s the connection between polio eradication and primary immunodeficiency? A public health role for human genetics. By Marta Gwinn
- National primary immunodeficiency resource, Jeffrey Modell Foundation
- National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH. Primary Immune Deficiency Diseases.