What Did Edward Jenner Invent?

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The discovery made by Edward Jenner was the vaccination of smallpox. The discovery led to the banning of all smallpox vaccinations in 1840. Born in 1749, the country doctor is also recorded to have written about the hatching of cuckoos.
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In simple words, Edward Jenner found out that giving people the cowpox virus prevented people from getting smallpox.
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observational, prospective study. hypothesis: inoculation with the cowpox agent renders one immune to the effects of a future smallpox inoculation.
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Edward Jenner was a doctor who invented the vaccination
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many years ago.
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