We are very close to wiping out this childhood disease, but we’re not finished yet.
Scientists discovered a “cheap, easy, and quick” way to make polio vaccines using plant leaves.
A writer learns how partnerships, friendships, and 40 years of history make global health possible.
How a photo of a small child helped remind a generation of health professionals who they really worked for.
Our elimination strategy involves an arsenal of innovative solutions and inviting the world to roll up its sleeves.
PATH leader tells us why we need to invest in new vaccines to eradicate the disease.
Privilege couldn’t save her from disability nor her brother from death. Now Chilunga Puta is driven to improve health for all.
Stricken by polio as a child, PATH's Changcheng Zhu shares how his mother inspired his passion for advancing global health solutions.
This is how Kathleen Murray remembers her boss Jonas Salk, the 20th century hero who developed the world's first inactivated polio vaccine.