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 Bruce Aylward - “This is the light at the end of the tunnel,”
 Bruce Aylward - “This is the light at the end of the tunnel. The world can be polio-free in another 12 to 18 months everywhere, and the poorest countries in the world are committed to turning this around.”
 Bruce Aylward - “(Two years) ago the program sort of drove into some real dark days as Nigeria suspended immunization in parts of the north.”
 Bruce Aylward - “(Two years) ago the program sort of drove into some real dark days as Nigeria suspended immunization in parts of the north,”
 Bruce Aylward - “We had a case confirmed yesterday which reaffirms there has been regular exposure of Somalia to the virus, probably from Yemen.”
 Bruce Aylward - “But this year it is especially important because a lot of the people traveling to Saudi come from polio-infected countries.”
 Bruce Aylward - “The hajj period is important because of the large number of movements of people from around the world into one location,”
 Bruce Aylward - “It would take a small miracle to get us across the line by the end of 2005 in northern Nigeria, ... Everywhere else could still finish.”
 Bruce Aylward - “There will not be a new target for the eradication of polio. Every country in the world could stop polio by the end of 2005 save Nigeria. Basically the world, at the start of 2006, will look at who is late, and work to make that process move faster.”
 Bruce Aylward - “The Islamic world took a real beating because of what the clerics did in northern Nigeria, ... Islamic countries should be praised for doing so much to bring the spread of polio back under control.”
 Bruce Aylward - “These are some of the poorest countries with the weakest health indicators in the world. People are pretty cynical when they look at Africa, but these countries have turned it around.”