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The First Vaccine – Part 2

Edward Jenner and Cowpox The solution to safer smallpox inoculations came from English physician Edward Jenner. And surprisingly, he got help from a cow. Edward Jenner was born into a big family (he was one of nine children) in 1749 in Berkeley, Gloucestershire. Because his father was a clergyman, young Edward and his siblings got … Continue reading “The First Vaccine – Part 2”

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