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What We Can Learn From the Book About the First Vaccine for Smallpox

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While the world is waiting for the COVID-19 vaccine Engaging Sam Lemley, curator of the Special Collections at Carnegie Mellon University, said the story of the first vaccine is worth reviewing today. as curator of a special collection Lemley supervised a copy of the first edition of Jenner’s self-published book, “An Inquiry of the Causes and Effects of Variolae Vaccine.” This video provides an overview of the vaccine’s history and its unlikely beginnings. How can the benefits of the smallpox vaccine give people hope today?

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