#Onthisday in history of 14th May 1796 A.D. Edward Jenner, administers the first small pox Inoculation which changes medical history in the world for many reasons.

by James Northcote, oil on canvas, 1803, 1823

by James Northcote, oil on canvas, 1803, 1823

Edward Jenner was born in the year of  1749 A.D. on May 19th and died om 1823 A.D. he was an important English physician and scientist who, was the father of Smallpox vaccine and the world first Vaccine. He was also seen as the father of Immunology, because it may have been said more lives than of the work of any other human. In his years of work he was apart of the ~royal society of the filed Zoology, the first person to be described as brood. He has made a bbc list of the 100 greatest Britons in the year of 2002 by jenner.

 

 

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