History: Medicine Through Time

Just some simple questions on key things in the change in medicine throught time :)

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In what year did choldera reach Britain?
1817
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When was the first Public Health Act passes and by who?
1854 - John Snow
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When were women allowed to re-enter the Medical Proffesion?
1914
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What does WHO stand for?
World Health Organisation
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Who was the first to suggest that germs caused disease?
Pastuer
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Who introduced the NHS?
Bevan
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What is an antiseptic?
substances that prevent the growth of microorganisms.
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Who discovered vaccination by injecting cowpox to cure small pox?
Jenner
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Which two discovered DNA and genetics?
Watson & Crick
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Who was the frist to transplant a heart?
Barnard
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