April 15, 2020
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First antibiotic (salvarsan) is discovered.
Alexander Fleming discovers penicillin.
Penicillin soaked cloth is used to treat eye and skin infections.
Penicillin is taken to large scale production.
Penicillin saves Winston Churchill's life.
An antibiotic to cure tuberculosis is discovered.
Penicillin was used in WWII to cure battlefield wound infections and pneumonia.
A new alternative (Erythromycin) for people allergic to penicillin is discovered.
J.C. Sheeman is the first person to make penicillin in a lab and this led to hundreds of new penicillin variations.
Accidental cure for gingivitis puts a new antibiotic in the market.
Sweden is the first country to ban the use of antibiotic growth promoters in farm animals.
Teixobactin, an antibiotic with a promising ability to avoid resistance, is discovered in soil.
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