Vaccine origin story

How many people do you think would vaccinate if they knew this origin story?

My idea that is that all illness stems from bacterial infection. When people and animals were in close contact on Family Farms, animal bacteria inevitably got in contact with humans. Because animal bacteria can be deadly to humans, this caused illness and possible death. When animals are properly separated from humans and hygiene is practiced, that is when bacterial crossover illness became eliminated.

In other words, voodoo medicine had nothing to do with the elimination of disease. Sterilization, sanitation, and hygiene are solely responsible for vaccine’s claims of wellness.

While still a medical student, Jenner noticed that milkmaids who had contracted a disease called cowpox, which caused blistering on cow’s udders, did not catch smallpox. Unlike smallpox, which caused severe skin eruptions and dangerous fevers in humans, cowpox led to few ill symptoms in these women. On May 14, 1796, Jenner took fluid from a cowpox blister and scratched it into the skin of James Phipps, an eight-year-old boy. A single blister rose up on the spot, but James soon recovered. On July 1, Jenner inoculated the boy again, this time with smallpox matter, and no disease developed. The vaccine was a success. Doctors all over Europe soon adopted Jenner’s innovative technique, leading to a drastic decline in new sufferers of the devastating disease.

www.history.com/this-day-in-history/jenner-tests-smallpox-vaccine

Be the 1st to vote.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

wp-puzzle.com logo