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    • Transportation of the Vaccine from England to South America
    • EDWARD JENNER   Name: Edward Jenner  Born: 17th of May 1749, in Berkeley, Gloucestershire  Work: He was a British biologist. He started to study very young. His early studies were conducted at the local school and from an early age showed great interest in nature.  At 21 she began studying at the San Jorge Hospital in London with the famous surgeon and anatomist John Hunter.
    • BALMIS   The Balmis Expedition was a three-year mission to the Americas with the aim of vaccinating thousands against smallpox. Vaccination, a much safer way to prevent smallpox.  The Balmis expedition set off from La Coruña on 30th November 1803. It may be considered the first international health-care expedition in history.
    • WHERE DOES THE NAME “VACCINE” COME FROM   The name of vaccine comes from cow because he discovered the smallpox through a young boy that works with cows
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    • TRANSPORT   They transported the vaccine through children as a way to preserve it.  Things that they used to transport the vaccine by a cold chain:  Cold  Ice  Plastic boxes
    • THE PROCESS  THE VACCINE TROUGH A COW
    • THE PROCESS  knowledge and had the  Jenner decided to test this empirical idea of ​inoculating healthy people with cowpox to confer immunity against the dreaded disease.  On May 14th, 1796 he extracted pus from a pustule on the hand of Sarah Nelmes, a milkmaid who had contracted smallpox from his dairy cow, and inoculated a healthy 8 year old boy named James Phipps.  The young boy developed a mild illness between the 7th and the 9th day. A vesicle formed at the points of inoculation, which disappeared without any complication. On July 1st, he inoculated the boy with the dreaded smallpox, but he didn’t fell sick. THE VACCINE HAD BEEN DISCOVERED.
    • THE END