Dr Michiaki Takahashi | Google Celebrates Chickenpox Vaccine Inventor With Doodle

Today's Google doodle celebrated the birthday of Japanese physician Dr. Michiaki Takahashi who was responsible for making the first chickenpox vaccine.

The doodle was presented by Tokyo, a Japanese-based tourist artist Tatsuro Kiuchi.

Takahashi's life-saving vaccine, used over the years in more than 80 countries, has been given to millions of children worldwide as an effective way to prevent chicken pox.

Takahashi was born today in 1928 in Osaka, Japan, and was the first to make a vaccine for chicken in early 1974. a highly contagious disease.

He started breeding live chickens but became weak in animal and human tissues and within five years of development, he was ready for clinical trials.

Therefore, in 1974, Takahashi developed the first vaccine against the varicella virus that causes chickenpox, which proved to be very effective.