Edward Jenner

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English physician who pioneered vaccination


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Edward Jenner and the history of smallpox and vaccination.
Smallpox vaccination, using the method pioneered by Edward Jenner at Berkeley, first took place in the town in 1819.
English physician Edward Jenner coined the term vaccination in 1796 to describe inserting pus from cowpox lesions into open cuts on human patients to prevent smallpox.
Vaccination against infectious diseases was pioneered by Edward Jenner in the 18th century.
Edward Jenner, An Inquiry Into the Causes and Effects of the Variolae, or Cow-Pox (1798)
As he runs them through his research into how reanimation of the brain actually works, you wait in vain for anybody to ask the obvious question: "Hey are you related to Edward Jenner who invented a vaccine for smallpox?
Edward Jenner, an unlucky protagonist, is the hero and goat not only in this follow-up novel, but in the author's excellent "Precious Blood," in which he killed the evil-doer but in the process lost his license as a medical examiner in New York City.
Edward Jenner, the "father of immunology," develops a method to protect people from smallpox by exposing them to cowpox, in his famous experiment, he rubs pus from a dairymaid's cowpox postule into scratches on the arm of his gardener's son and then exposes him to smallpox weeks later.
Vaccination, the introduction into the body of an attenuated or killed form (or particle or toxin) of a disease-causing organism to elicit immunity against the disease, has arguably saved more lives globally than any other medical intervention since Edward Jenner conducted the world's first recorded medical trial using cowpox to immunise against smallpox in 1796, and reported his findings to the Royal Society in 1798.
Chapters 1 and 2 discuss previous methods used to prevent smallpox and how Edward Jenner demonstrated that a cowpox virus, transmitted through a human being, could retain its capacity to immunize against smallpox.
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Included are the tales of Edward Jenner, the first person to inoculate people with cowpox to fight smallpox; Louis Pasteur, the physician who first developed a vaccine from a human virus; and others.
The great breakthrough came in 1796 when Edward Jenner, having pondered the apparent immunity of milkmaids to smallpox, inoculated a boy called Phipps with matter from a coxpox sore.
Edward Jenner (Figure 1) is well known around the world for his innovative contribution to immunization and the ultimate eradication of smallpox (2).
Gradually, the idea of inoculation took hold, but immunization against smallpox did not become generally accepted until the milder vaccination using cowpox virus was identified by Edward Jenner in the 1860s.