Just like today, it was not uncommon for someone to get sick in the early twentieth century. The only difference between then and now is
It was a hot July 1928, and Scottish scientist Dr. Alexander Fleming had long been fascinated by the harmful effects of bacteria and other microorganisms.
People all over the world began calling it a wonder drug. Penicillin. The discovery of penicillin became a gateway for more transformative discoveries. But shockingly,