Modern day medicine as we know it today is one of the major contributors to the constant push of life expectancy statistics. It is through medical advancements that we are able to survive something as debilitating as a heart attack or something as minute (in today’s standards) as a punctured lung. It has not always been so. Through the work of the following groundbreaking medical minds, we have slowly gotten to the high tech space we are in today. Without needles we would not have vaccines, without the discovery of bacteria we would not have antibiotics, and without invdivuals who spent their lives trying to push medicine to a whole new level, we would not be in the semi-medical haven we are in today. Yes, there is still much work to be done, but it is thanks to the brilliant men and women on this list that so much has already been achieved.
[post_page_title]Sir Alexander Fleming: Discovered Penicillin[/post_page_title]
Most of us learn in high school how penicillin was discovered as it was pretty much by chance and mistake. Sir Alexander Fleming left a petri dish with Staphylococci bacteria within it uncovered for a period of time on his table. It was after a while that he noticed that mold had grown and killed the bacteria. Fleming examined the mold to discover that it was a part of the Penicillium notatum family, hence the name.
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