Remembering the legacy of Jonas Salk

November 19, 2014

Meet Jonas Salk, a scientist who chose not to patent his 1955 polio vaccine…making it more affordable for the millions of people who needed it.

As a result, he missed out on earning an estimated US $7 billion.

Don’t let money and greed drive your life.  Sometimes it’s more about simply making a positive difference in this world.  Our hat is off to you Mr. Salk.  Your legacy is one that should never be forgotten. R.I.P.

Learn more about Salk by viewing his Footprint