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Jul 19, 2021

[Answer] The first vaccine was invented to treat what disease?

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...Before vaccination, inoculation (specifically for smallpox) involved instilling a small sample of smallpox from an infected person under the skin of a non-infected person. The science wasn’t well understood, but it was commonly known that a person who had smallpox once would not be infected again. Inspired by his childhood inoculation, in 1796 English doctor Edward Jenner attempted to improve the inoculation process. He took fluids from a milkmaid infected with cowpox, and infected a boy with the disease. The boy was later found to be immune to smallpox. Jenner’s work is commonly accepted to be the foundation of modern immunology.




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Smallpox:


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