How can we solve the antibiotic resistance crisis? - Gerry Wright
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The first antibiotic that widely used was penicillin. Accidently discovered, this colony of growing mold would help combat bacterial infections. Learn more about the accident that changed the world with this lesson.
One of the primary uses of antibiotics is to facilitate body transplants. Despite this, our immune system still resists transplants as they process them as foreign objects. Learn more about the battle between our bodies and implants with this lesson.
Interested in learning about the latest discoveries to batting antibiotic resistance? Check out this article.
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