20TH CENTURY MEDICINE

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  • Medicine Through Time 20th Century
    • Discovery Of Penicillin
      • 1928
      • Alexander Fleming
      • BY CHANCE!
      • Colonies of bacteria killed by fungus
      • Development of Penicillin
        • 1930s, Florey and Chain. 2 Oxford Students
        • Asked for Gov. funding.
          • Too busy with the war.
            • US helped with mass production - Urgency with casualties of WW2.
              • 1944 - significant mass production for military medics. Fleming, Florey and Chain awarded Nobel Prizes.
      • Factors Leading to Development
        • Government
          • Mass production and research
        • Technology
          • Microscopes etc...
        • Scientific Experiment
        • Individuals
          • FLOREY AND CHAIN!
        • War
          • Casualties in WW2 added to urgency
        • Chance!
    • Discovery of DNA
    • The NHS
      • Introduction of NHS
      • Influence of WW2
    • Louis Pasteur's Germ Theory
      • Published in1861
    • THE MAGIC BULLET
      • A method used to target specific microbes and not harm healthy cells
      • Emil von Behring developed Koch's work - isolating antitoxins to fight diptheria.
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  • THE MAGIC BULLET
    • A method used to target specific microbes and not harm healthy cells
    • Emil von Behring developed Koch's work - isolating antitoxins to fight diptheria.
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