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Vaccines in history

Derived from Variolae vaccinae (smallpox of the cow), the words 'vaccine' and 'vaccination' were devised by the pioneering physician Edward Jenner (1749-1823), known as the "father of immunology".

Science Museum, London

Wellcome Collection

Science Museum, London

Wellcome Collection

Science Museum, London

Wellcome Collection

Science Museum, London

Wellcome Collection

Science Museum, London

Wellcome Collection

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Science Museum, London

Wellcome Collection

Henri Lucien Cheffer; Comité National de Défense contre la Tuberculose; France.

Wellcome Collection

John & Penny Hubley

Wellcome Collection

Aubert, Antoine

Bavarian State Library

Rijksmuseum Boerhaave

Zografos, Nikos Athens

Hellenic Literary and Historical Archive - Cultural Foundation of the National Bank Of Greece

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Héderváry, Claire de

Open Society Archives at Central European University

Archives of The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee

Deutsche Welle

K.u.k. Kriegspressequartier, Lichtbildstelle - Wien

Austrian National Library

Il Popolo

Luigi Sturzo Institute

Pierre André A. Brouillet; R. Engelmann, (Atelier Belfond)

Wellcome Collection