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Many doctors flatly refused to believe Jenner when he announced that he had found a preventive against smallpox. They declared vaccination to be a dangerous practice. But the dread of smallpox was in everybody’s heart, and people flocked to Jenner to be vaccinated. TheLatin word for cow is ‘vacca’; it is the root from which theword vaccination was formed. Some of the ‘vacca’ used by Jenner were not pure and some harms were done; but when supplies of pure vaccine were available, the practiceof vaccinating spread all over England and from Englandto other countries. We hardly hear of outbreaks of smallpox now.
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how smallpox may be treated
how vaccines were manufactured in England
the dangers of vaccination especially for children
the gradual acceptance of vaccination as a preventive against smallpox
vaccination was a dangerous practice
some of the vaccines used were of a poor hygienic standard
there are physiological differences between cows andhuman beings
vaccination is given at a very early age
many doctors supported Jenner's claims
fear of the terrible disease drove them to take the riskof vaccination
supplies of pure vaccine had now become available
the practice of vaccinating had spread all over the World.
cure people suffering from smallpox
delay the death of smallpox victims
build up a defence against smallpox germs
prevent cows from spreading the disease
1. Many doctors did not believe that Jenner was a doctor.
2. There are no outbreaks of smallpox nowadays
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
Both 1 and 2
Neither 1 nor 2
leave in a crowd
order in unison
go together in a crowd
Great work there,options are very well framed and explanations are apt.