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The first vaccine ever made was against ________ disease.


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small pox

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dengue

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plague

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D

chicken pox

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Solution

The correct option is A

small pox


The first vaccine ever made was against small pox. It was invented by Edward Jenner, in the year 1796, using the fluid from a cowpox pustule (small bumps on skin which contains pus or fluid). The invention of small pox vaccine saved millions of people.

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