Inbred Idiot,<quoted text>
You have offered no proof that Salk and Sabin stole the polio vaccine from anyone.
You failed to get the meaning of my post.
Were Salk and Sabine the inventors of vaccine theory/practice? No.
So, what did they do?
They simply borrowed the idea and practice of vaccination from the inventors of immunization and from those working in the said field and found a way to control polio.
They did not invent vaccination theory or practice.
Anyway, their polio vaccine is a failure in many ways and the real causes of polio in large measure is not the virus itself but lie elsewhere.
In general, where the science of immunization/vaccination goes, the real credit of coming up with the idea and practice of vaccines for a host of deadly diseases should go to the brilliant doctors of anceint ayurveda and in modern times to Louis Pasteur.
Dozens of scientists have developed dozens of vaccines for many deadly diseases and there's a growing body of evidence to show that vaccines harm more than they help.