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Vaccination against Smallpox
Edward Jenner

Immunization against disease has had a greater effect than anything else in modern medicine. How did it begin? Edward Jenner (1749-1823) led the way by developing a vaccine against the dreaded scourge, smallpox. In his three original papers, he describes his theory, each of his original patients, and how he tried to convince the medical community to use the vaccine.

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