Jenner-edward definition

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British physician who developed a vaccine for smallpox that involved inoculating a person with the substance from cowpox lesions.
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British physician who developed a vaccine for smallpox that involved inoculating a person with the substance from cowpox lesions.
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British physician who pioneered the practice of vaccination. His experiments proved that individuals who had been inoculated with the virus that caused cowpox, a mild skin disease of cattle, became immune to smallpox. Jenner's discovery laid the foundations for the science of immunology.
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