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You don't know them; they may have changed your life

By Elizabeth Landau, CNN
updated 9:37 AM EDT, Wed May 15, 2013
CNN's Life's Work series features innovators and pioneers who are making a difference in the world of medicine. Here are some people you might not know who have changed medicine as we know it. We begin with <a href='http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1200696/' target='_blank'>Dr. Edward Jenner</a>, a British physician, who discovered the vaccine against smallpox. He died in 1823. CNN's Life's Work series features innovators and pioneers who are making a difference in the world of medicine. Here are some people you might not know who have changed medicine as we know it. We begin with Dr. Edward Jenner, a British physician, who discovered the vaccine against smallpox. He died in 1823.
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10 medical innovators you don't know
10 medical innovators you don't know
You don't know them; they changed medicine
10 medical innovators you don't know
Medical innovators you don't know
You don't know them; they changed medicine
10 medical innovators you don't know
10 medical innovators you don't know
10 medical innovators you don't know
10 medical innovators you don't know
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