What was Edward Jenner's contribution to medicine?
Edward Jenner was the creatour of the small pox (which harmed many)antidote
Doctor Edward Jenner (the pioneer of smallpox vaccination) was born in Berkley, Gloucestershire, England on 17th May 1749. He studied medicine in London and later returned to Gloucestershire as a geneal practicioner. He died on 26th January 1823. Jenners house is now a museum and he is buried in the chancel of the parish church in Berkeley