Changes In Medicine 1845-1945

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Changes In Medicine 1845-1945
1 The Age of Enlightenment
1.1 18th century
1.1.1 Small Pox was a major killer
1.1.1.1 FATAL
1.1.1.2 SCARRED
1.1.1.3 DISSFIGURED
1.2 Inoculation
1.2.1 Lady Montagu
1.2.1.1 introduced INOCULATION in Britain
1.2.1.2 healthy person could be IMMUNISED against small pox
1.2.1.2.1 using pus
1.2.1.2.1.1 From sores of someone with the disease (mild)
1.2.2 led to FULL-BLOWN smallpox and death
1.2.3 doctors become rich from this
1.3 Milkmaids
1.3.1 Edward Jenner
1.3.1.1 people who had cowpox didn't get small pox
1.3.1.2 vaccination was made free for infants in 1840 and compulsory in 1853
1.3.2 didn't get small pox
1.3.2.1 would catch mild cowpox
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