User talk:Mollymouse

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Again, welcome!  Graham87 04:18, 30 September 2013 (UTC)

Your edits[edit]

Hi Molly, thanks for your edits to Smallpox vaccine and Fleam. Regarding your edit to the former page, there are a number of tools that can be used to make it easier to add medical citations using a DOI or a PMID. The one I use is the Citation expander. Graham87 04:18, 30 September 2013 (UTC)

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Base on folk knowledge does[edit]

in fact already tell us that the idea was not new, does it not? There is the risk that if we put the whole story in detail in there the article will become unwieldy and long rather than pointing people to the articles on Jenner and Smallpox and Jesty for more detail. It is a delicate balance. In telling the story it perhaps flows better to say what was done, rather than that it was not new but was done. Thanks for the reference there in artifical induction of immunity. Midgley (talk) 21:02, 10 January 2015 (UTC)