Edward Jenner

Edward Jenner started training as a surgeon at the age of 13. Although he was a very successful family doctor and surgeon, he saved even more lives with his immunology research. Jenner is often referred to as "the father of immunology." He created the smallpox vaccination, which he is still famed for today.

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Did Edward Jenner have a middle name?

his full name is Edward Anthony Jenner

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Which school did Edward Jenner go to?

ANSWER:Edward Jenner went to school when he was eight years old he went to, wotten edge cinester scool. In order to finish his medical training he went to st gorges hospital.
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How did Edward Jenner create a smallpox vaccination?

He noticed, in his village where he was a doctor, that the dairymaids (woman who milk the cow) who had previously had Cowpox didn't get Smallpox. He got inspired by that and thought that they might have become immune to it. He also successfully tested this on a boy.

One day Edward was studying a milk woman who was milking a cow when he noticed she had cow pox that you get from cows. Smallpox was very common in those days so he started to wonder why most milk woman had not caught it yet? So he decided to test it on someone . he found a little boy just 8 and a bit years old and he agreed to help him. He deliberately gave him cow pox and the boy was ill with cow pox but he got better quickly . next he gave him some pus out of a small pox boil to see if he caught it. The boy was fine and Edward had found the cure.

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How many sons did Edward III have?

King Edward III had 7 legitimate sons. Two, both named William died only a few months of age. His grown sons were: Edward the Black Prince, Lionel of Antwerp, John of Gaunt, Edmund of Langley, and Thomas of Woodstock.

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What university did edward Jenner go to?

Edward Jenner went to 2 universities, St George's University Of London (1770 - 1774) and University Of St Andrews (1792)

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Who is Jenner?

Edward Jenner invented/discovered vaccinations. he found out that when he gave somebody a small dose of cow pox, (similar in its composition to small pox but non lethal) it made his patients immune to contracting small pox. He was a great man, one to be admired the world over.

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When did Edward Jenner invent the smallpox vaccine?

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What did Edward Jenner Die from?

Edward Jenner died of smallpox

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When did dr edward jenner invent the smallpox vaccination?

1796 he administered his first cowpox based vaccine for smallpox.

But others had experimented with it before on a small scale.

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What was edward Jenner's childrens name?

Edward Jenner had three children. The first was Edward, who was named after his father. The second was named Catherine, who was named after her mother, and the third was named robert. Only Catherine married and had children.

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Where did Ernest Rutherford do his work?

== == He spent most of his professional career overseas at McGill University in Montreal, Canada (1895-98), and at Manchester University (1898-1907) and Cambridge University (1919-37) in the United Kingdom.

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How did edward Jenner cure smallpox?

he used a weaker version of the virus called cow pox to prevent small pox

-Jeff Spearman

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What are some of edward Jenners biggest accomplishments?

Some of Edward Jenner's accomplishments were............. He wiped out cowpox ever on Earth and he traveled all over the world treating patients with smallpox

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What branch of science did edward Jenner work in?

Edward Jenner was a doctor. He developed the smallpox vaccine by using cowpox viruses, observing that milkmaids who worked around cows that carried cowpox were less susceptible to smallpox.

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Who is dr Maurice cure?

In 1936, Dr. Maurice Curé created the Labour Party after his unsuccessful attempt to return Mauritius to France in 1921. Advocating claims from the most under privileged sections of the population, the latter political party experienced an increasing success at the elections, which started taking place at universal suffrage as from the Constitution of 1959. In the scrutiny of 1967, some 56% of the population proved to be in favour of independence as put forward by the Labors Party then led by Seewoosagur Ramgoolam, who presided the solemn ceremony held on the 12th of March 1968, after much debate with the British.

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What Did Edward Jenner Invent?

the smallpox vaccine.

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What are enteric micro-organisms?

Enteric = GI tract....Infections..well that's self explanitory. hope that helps. :)

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How old was Edward Jenner at death?

Edward Jenner died on January 26, 1823 at the age of 73.

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What was edward Jenners favourite colour?

green

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Who was Edward Jenner?

Edward Jenner was the creator and discoverer of the small-pox vaccination.
Edward Jenner invented/discovered vaccinations. he found out that when he gave somebody a small dose of cow pox, (similar in its composition to small pox but non lethal) it made his patients immune to contracting small pox. He was a great man, one to be admired the world over.

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What did Edward Jenner do Which Was Bad?

He did not do anything bad

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What was Edward Jenner's major contribution to science?

Edward Jenner was born in 1749, in Berkeley. He wanted to get rid of small pox for ever so he carried out a simple experiment, which turned out to change everyone's lives for the better.

Edward Jenner noticed that cows sometimes got a disease called cowpox. Because the milkmaids had to milk the cows, they often also caught cowpox…but it didn't seem to harm them. Edward Jenner was intrigued - milkmaids that had caught cowpox never seemed to catch the contagious and deadly smallpox, which thousands of people died from. Edward Jenner came up with a theory, that cowpox prevented people from getting smallpox. To test his theory, Edward Jenner needed to find someone who was young and who hadn't caught smallpox or cowpox before. He found a boy called James Phipps (aged 8) and explained his idea. Edward Jenner then took some pus from a milkmaid's cowpox and rubbed it into two small incisions on James's arm. Soon after, James became ill with cowpox but the symptoms didn't last long. 6 weeks later, Jenner took some pus from a smallpox victim and again put it into James's cuts. However, this time James didn't catch the disease. Cowpox was called vaccinia so he called his invention the vaccine.

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How did Edward Jenner become a doctor?

Edward Jenner became a doctor because after training in London as an army surgeon, spent his whole career as a country doctor in his native county of Gloucestershire in the West of England. His research was based on careful case-studies and clinical observation before scientist could explain the virus themselves.

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How did edward Jenner improve medicine?

Jenner developed the procedure of inoculation to allow the body to develop antibodies against a known ailment - what we now call "vaccination".

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Where did Edward Jenner get his ideas from?

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