- Edward,1749–1823, English physician: discoverer of smallpox vaccine.
- Sir William,1815–98, English physician and pathologist.
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Delevingne regrammed the photo a few hours after Jenner, writing, “LOVE at first sight.”Kendall Tries to Outdo Kim by Straddling Cara Delevingne in Love Magazine
December 3, 2014
The claims have led one tabloid to brand Jenner a “deadbeat daughter.”Are You Legally Responsible for Your Elderly Parents?
April 26, 2014
When Hudson became sick, the Jenner girls came to visit regularly.When Harry Met Cancer
April 10, 2014
Jenner's soon-to-be brother-in-law, Kanye West, beamed with pride as he watched from the front row.Kendall Jenner Walks for Givenchy; Suzy Menkes Named Vogue's International Editor
The Fashion Beast Team
March 3, 2014
Sunday, Jenner was spotted sitting front row at the Topshop Unique Fall/Winter 2014 show next to Anna Wintour.Kendall Jenner Makes London Fashion Week Debut; Michelle Rodriguez Confirms Relationship with Cara Delevingne
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February 18, 2014
Historical Examples of jenner
"Here's Jenner's old clerk come in, sir," said he to his master.The Channings
Mrs. Henry Wood
She had made enquiry of Jenner as she came in, so as to satisfy herself.The White Lie
William Le Queux
This latter is the cow-pox, from which Jenner derived the vaccine matter.Cattle and Their Diseases
Jenner to dig sandstone for setting up my father's tombstone, at 5s.Highways & Byways in Sussex
"We could have done it a lot cheaper by just using ballast," said Jenner.Faithfully Yours
- Edward 1749–1823, English physician, who discovered vaccination by showing that injections of cowpox virus produce immunity against smallpox (1796)
- Sir William. 1815–98, English physician and pathologist, who differentiated between typhus and typhoid fevers (1849)
- British physician and vaccination pioneer who found that smallpox could be prevented by inoculation with the substance from cowpox lesions.
- British physician who pioneered the practice of vaccination. His experiments proved that individuals who had been inoculated with the virus that caused cowpox, a mild skin disease of cattle, became immune to smallpox. Jenner's discovery laid the foundations for the science of immunology.
Biography: In 1980 the World Health Organization declared that the deadly disease smallpox had been eradicated, an accomplishment attributed to the success of the smallpox vaccine. The vaccine had been developed almost 200 years earlier by the British physician Edward Jenner, who had based his work on a piece of folk wisdom from the countryside that few doctors had taken seriously: people who caught cowpox, a mild viral infection of cattle, never got smallpox. In 1796 Jenner proved the truth of this scientifically in a famous experiment he conducted on an eight-year-old boy named James Phipps. Jenner exposed Phipps to a person with cowpox, then two months later exposed him to smallpox (this would be considered unethical by today's standards). As Jenner expected, the boy warded off the smallpox without any complications. Prior to this, there existed a form of vaccination against smallpox that consisted of exposing people to a mild form of the disease. Although this method often worked, it was risky, and the exposed person sometimes died. Jenner, who devised the word vaccination from the Latin vacca, for cow, is considered to be the father of immunology. He also did significant research on heart disease.