How We Can Win the War Against Antibiotic Resistance

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In 1945, Sir Alexander Fleming received the Nobel Prize in Medicine for the discovery of penicillin.


A Possible Solution to Antibiotic Resistance

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Changing someone’s genetic programming is easier than you might think. While techniques for altering DNA at the molecular level are becoming more widely used, it’s also possible to simply turn genes on or off without permanently changing the underlying genetic material.