As one of the last American children to contract polio, young Jeffrey Galpin grew up in a world of iron lungs, body casts, and complicated orthopaedic procedures. He put his hours of recovery time to good use – planning a career in medical research aimed at beating the planet’s most dreaded diseases. It came true when Dr. Galpin became the principal investigator in applying the first gene therapy for HIV/AIDS. And he’s just getting started.Celebrating Human Healing. Visit orthoinfo.org and aaos.org/75years.
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