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Jenner, Edward Syllabification: Jen·ner, Edward
Pronunciation: /ˈjenər/

Definition of Jenner, Edward in English:

(1749–1823), British physician; the pioneer of vaccination. He deliberately infected people with small amounts of cowpox because he believed it would protect them from catching the disease. The practice led to the widespread use of vaccination against disease.
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