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9. The Science of Vaccines

Vaccines have been in the news for months now, but how did scientists first learn that disease co...

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08.00 4 Feb 2021


9. The Science of Vaccines



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08.00 4 Feb 2021


Vaccines have been in the news for months now, but how did scientists first learn that disease could be prevented this way?

This week Luke brings us the story of vaccines, from the first smallpox vaccine experiments thousands of years ago to today's scientific solutions to some of the worst diseases known to humanity.

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