I had a doctor ask me if I’d had the “Salk” or “Sabin” polio vaccine. I said “I dunno… Pink stuff on a sugar cube, if that tells you anything.” He didn’t answer, but checked a box and moved onto the next question. So I agree with Frank, but there are still issues.
Yes, but name the viruses that were prepared in a laboratory.
The Covid-19 Blues is stalking the land. Who would want his/her name associated with it? The vaccine that cures it? Sure.
These are the names I associate with The Cure: Robert Smith, Simon Gallup, Roger O’Donnell, Jason Cooper, Reeves Gabrels
Lots of cures are named after people and few diseases have any official names that are named after people. However, society ignores both.
But I think that Asperger guy deserves it.
If they stopped naming diseases after people, people would stop looking for new diseases and then there would be no need for new cures.
Less life, more co-op. Take out the bio, insert the co. It becomes…
What was the name of that guy who discovered that old people forget things?
The Spanish Flu started in Kansas. Disease naming has never been accurate.
They should name the disease after the politician in office when discovered.
More people will line up for vaccinations to prevent the spread or recurrence.
Only if A person does the discovery…….
Not a bad idea.
iF A SOCIAL PROBLEM REMAINS UNRESOLVED, JUST RENAME IT AND ACT AS IF THE PROBLEM NO LONGER EXISTS. IT’S CALLED MODERN POLITICS.
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