That covers with what I know of these diseases. I am old enough to have recieved Tuberculosis innoculations, and while I won't subject my offspring to that drama, he will recieve all others.
Some years ago, a chinese exchange student got chicken pox three days after arrival. At first I laughed, but after I got to know what complications may arise if a grown-up contracts the disease for the first time, it was no longer funny.
People just have no respect anymore for these illnesses. It's what children used to contract, not anything that is in their purview. Now everyone is staring at the rise in allergies and blaming inoculations for it.
*That* is really strange.
Sabin is an active inoculation, Salk only works with non-living polio germs (is that the right word?) and is therefore passive and does not keep as long. Now I have to check the vaccination books ...