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July 6, 1885

On July 6, 1885, Louis Pasteur successfully tested his anti-rabies vaccine on young Joseph Meister. Nine-year-old Meister had just been recently bit multiple times by a rabid dog and was waiting to die. Pasteur’s vaccine was administered and Meister lived. In fact, he later became the director of the Pasteur Institute. I’m not saying that … Continue reading

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