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Jovan Čokor (1885-1946, Serbian Cyrillic: Јован Чокор) was a Serbian epidemiologist, infectologist, and physician famous for contributing significantly to the works of Robert Koch. Aftering being informed of an error in his works, Koch wrote "[Čokor] saved humanity from a huge epidemic."
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