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Interviews with three young people who have been treated at the Sister Elizabeth Kenny Foundation.
The first, a high school freshman named Duke Dixon recovered from polio the previous year through Sister Kinny's treatment methods and at home exercises.
The second, Jack, a air corp pilot, had polio while in high school and recovered after only 6 weeks of treatment with no lasting effects.
Finally, Kathy Olivera, a 29 year old mother of 6 discusses her 3 months of treatment at the Foundation and her quick recovery.
Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection
WNYC archives id: 69708
Municipal archives id: LT724