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so that he could be come apart of history
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He first tested his theory on 14 May 1796.
I have no idea at all,
Edward Anthony Jenner was an English physician and scientist from Berkeley, Gloucestershire, who was the pioneer of smallpox vaccine. He is often called "the father of imm…unology", and his work is said to have "saved more lives than the work of any other man".
so he could stop people from ding from smallpox?
no one he saved a boy in his first experiment if that's what you mean even though he could have died Jenner received worldwide recognition (though he was also subject to attac…ks and slander)
Edward Jenner created the vaccine because there was a disease that he wanted to try to keep people from getting it.
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he did it by dancing and kissing hot sexy ladies
To SAVE people.
Edward Jenner invented the first vaccine in 1796.
because he was stupid
Small pox was a killer. The treatment was purely palliative before modern medicines.People that survived had horrible pock-marked faces and bodies , and was sort of a stigma, …especially for women. The recent controversy regarding vaccines, in my opinion , is foolish . Thinking that things like small-pox and polio have disappeared from the face of the earth is just wrong . The re-emergence of these disease shows that the risk of side effects from vaccines is much lower than the risk of dealing with the devastation of the diseases themselves.
Observation and deductive reasoning. Smallpox was a scourge during Jenner's time, but he noticed that milkmaids contracted a very mild illness similar to smallpox called "cowp…ox", from which they recovered easily. He postulated that a tiny bit of the cowpox serum could be injected into a well person, and the mild cowpox might protect them from the deadly smallpox. It worked.
That if the antibodies (the White blood cells) get a small dose of inactive or dead microbes the body prepares for the real thing sorry but it's hard to explain