Statue of Inventor of Vaccine Against Smallpox is Unveiled

Inauguración estatuaA statue of Edward Jenner, creator of the vaccine against smallpox, was unveiled by PAHO director Dr. Mirta Roses; Deputy Director, Dr. Jon Andrus; Assistant Director, Dr. Socorro Gross; doctors Donald Henderson and Ciro de Quadros, and the director of the Museum of Epidemiology of Berkeley, England, Sarah Parker, who gifted the statue to the Organization. “There are many statues of Jenner in the world and I cheer that Washington has one now,” said Parker, who issued a call to “learn from the past and to promote research in the future.”

 
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