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Edward Jenner

(1749—1823) surgeon and pioneer of smallpox vaccination


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(1749–1823)

British physician, who is best known for introducing smallpox vaccination to Britain in 1796 (announced two years later), using a vaccine made from cowpox.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology — Science and Mathematics.


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