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History of Antibiotics and Resistance -- Vibrant Clubs

With his discovery of penicillin in 1928, Dr. Alexander Flemming predicted that in the future, bacteria may become resistant to the antibiotics used to treat them. This prediction has become true as the effectiveness of antibiotics has changed over time due to the bacteria becoming resistant to the drugs through mutations. As more bacteria become resistant, there’s growing concern about antibiotics not working across agriculture and human medicine.

This activity aims to showcase how antibiotics’ effectiveness has changed over time and showcase that it is important to utilize these tools wisely to combat antimicrobial resistance.

Pages / Length: 3
Publication Date: 01/2024

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