What is Pasteur famous for?

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Pasteur had established himself as a leader in research, and in 1877 he committed himself to study diseases. Pastures first important work in the vaccination field arrived in 1879 while studying chicken cholera which was destroying the chicken population. Pasteur was influenced by Edward Jenner and reasoned that if a vaccine was found for one disease (such as smallpox), then a vaccine could be found for all diseases. By 1878, Pasteur had been successful in culturing the virulent bacteria of chicken cholera and had started to vaccinate...
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