This conclusion presents the significant contributions of the Dutch and of Japan's rangaku (Dutch-learning) scholars to Japan's modern medicine, and also describes the activities of Japanese ranpō physicians and their efforts to mobilize support for Jennerian vaccination. The dynamics of the Dutch book trade is discussed, emphasizing that the book trade and the translation of Dutch medical books were the major carriers of Western knowledge to Japan.
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