WHY NOW? Preserving Hard-earned Lessons By Linda Reimer Shreve

At first, the young girl thought she heard a small kitten mewing. Then, the sound grew in intensity to more like a meowing. Was she dreaming or having a nightmare? No. The crying was coming from a child across from her, who was among the many patients, in the Elk City Hospital’s polio ward in 1953. Being one of the oldest in the ward, the young girl was given a devise to signal a nurse. She quickly pushed the button and several nurses hurried into the ward. They pulled the curtains around the crying child and the girl turned over…

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