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Edward Jenner, a young British physician was the first to vaccinate in 1798 with scrapings collected from cowpox blisters. He inoculated a healthy volunteer with cowpox material by scratching the person’s arms with a pox contaminated needle. The scratch turned into a raised bump. The volunteer became mildly sick within a few days and recovered, but never contracted either cowpox or smallpox.

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