After the First Few, Why No Flood of Vaccines? Commentator Ruth Levy Guyer reflects on the discovery of the first vaccine by Edward Jenner in 1803 and the surprisingly small number that have been developed since then.
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After the First Few, Why No Flood of Vaccines?

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After the First Few, Why No Flood of Vaccines?

After the First Few, Why No Flood of Vaccines?

After the First Few, Why No Flood of Vaccines?

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Commentator Ruth Levy Guyer reflects on the discovery of the first vaccine by Edward Jenner in 1803 and the surprisingly small number that have been developed since then.