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In 1945, Sir Alexander Fleming (the microbiologist who discovered the world’s first broadly effective antibiotic substance, penicillin) penned a letter to the New York Times. In it, he warned of a future where the overuse and misuse of penicillin could eventually lead to antibiotic-resistant microbes gaining the upper hand.




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River D'Almeida, Ph.D

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