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Cattle to the slaughter. 'Vaccine's root word is Latin for 'Cow'

 
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Cattle to the slaughter. 'Vaccine's root word is Latin for 'Cow'
The word vaccine derives from 'vacca,' the Latin word for 'cow', as cowpox matter was used to create the world's first vaccine.The word vaccine was created by Edward Jenner and comes from the Latin word "vacca", meaning cow. The physician pioneered vaccination and created the smallpox vaccine, the world's first vaccine, in 1796. After observing that those infected with cowpox did not get smallpox, Jenner injected a child with cowpox matter from a blister. Following the procedure, the child did not get sick. This was the first known example of smallpox vaccination.

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What a world!
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Re: Cattle to the slaughter. 'Vaccine's root word is Latin for 'Cow'
The same as Anonymous coward

A-NON-'E'-MOUS(E) COW-AR-D
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Re: Cattle to the slaughter. 'Vaccine's root word is Latin for 'Cow'
The same as Anonymous coward

A-NON-'E'-MOUS(E) COW-AR-D

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Re: Cattle to the slaughter. 'Vaccine's root word is Latin for 'Cow'
Fauci means "Sickel" bookdead2batkoolaidin Italian
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Re: Cattle to the slaughter. 'Vaccine's root word is Latin for 'Cow'
The same as Anonymous coward

A-NON-'E'-MOUS(E) COW-AR-D

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stnod
 Quoting: Coppercoal


TWO(COW) PER-CENT-ERS(PHONETICALLY 'URS')
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Re: Cattle to the slaughter. 'Vaccine's root word is Latin for 'Cow'
The same as Anonymous coward

A-NON-'E'-MOUS(E) COW-AR-D

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stnod
 Quoting: Coppercoal


TWO(COW) PER-CENT-ERS(PHONETICALLY 'URS')
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And yes, it does mean something to the subconscious BUT IT MEANS JACK SHIT TO ME lol
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Re: Cattle to the slaughter. 'Vaccine's root word is Latin for 'Cow'
Fauci means "Sickle Maker" bookcowdead2batkoolaidsheepin Italian
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sickle maker or someone who used a sickle

Sickle : [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Re: Cattle to the slaughter. 'Vaccine's root word is Latin for 'Cow'
DUH. Did your school not teach you about how vaccines were invented? With the cows and the milkmaids...??

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Re: Cattle to the slaughter. 'Vaccine's root word is Latin for 'Cow'
The word vaccine derives from 'vacca,' the Latin word for 'cow', as cowpox matter was used to create the world's first vaccine.The word vaccine was created by Edward Jenner and comes from the Latin word "vacca", meaning cow. The physician pioneered vaccination and created the smallpox vaccine, the world's first vaccine, in 1796. After observing that those infected with cowpox did not get smallpox, Jenner injected a child with cowpox matter from a blister. Following the procedure, the child did not get sick. This was the first known example of smallpox vaccination.

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Idiot.
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Re: Cattle to the slaughter. 'Vaccine's root word is Latin for 'Cow'
It's because the milk maids did not suffer from lesions on their skin and therefore, the doctor deduced an antibody reaction in the exposure to milk.
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Re: Cattle to the slaughter. 'Vaccine's root word is Latin for 'Cow'
That might be a myth but that's what I heard.
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Re: Cattle to the slaughter. 'Vaccine's root word is Latin for 'Cow'
DUH. Did your school not teach you about how vaccines were invented? With the cows and the milkmaids...??

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I’m guessing your age to be about 17?





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