Industrial-Modern Medicine Individuals

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Edward Jenner
1798: Discovered the first vaccination for small pox
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John Snow
1840s-50s: Said Cholera was a water-borne disease
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James Simpson
1847: Discovered Chloroform as an anaesthetic
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Louis Pasteur
1861: Founded the Germ theory and other vaccines
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Joseph Lister
1867: Used Carbolic Spray as a antiseptic
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Robert Koch
1870s: Found more vaccinations and related germ theory to human disease
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National Insurance Act
1911: Working people had 'free' health care
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Alexander Fleming
1928: Discovered the penicilin mould
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Florey and Chain
1938: Discovered how to isolate and mass-produce penicilin
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NHS
1948: Began free health care for all
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Edwin Chadwick
1948-75: Wrote reports linking disease to living conditions
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1st Public Health Act
1948: Voluntary clean-up
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2nd Public Health Act
1975: Compulsory clean-up
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