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Disease SeverityPlay
Emphasizes the seriousness of the disease, often causing lifelong disability. SlideAfter contracting polio, many patients required long-term rehabilitation.
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Historical ContextPlay
Understand that polio was more common in the past, especially before the vaccine was developed. SlidePolio outbreaks in the early 20th century caused panic and social disruption.
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Modern RelevancePlay
Polio is rare today due to successful vaccination campaigns, but it's not completely eradicated. SlidePolio cases have significantly decreased worldwide, yet some regions still fight the disease.