PENICILLIN PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE: THE DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTION OF PENICILLIN, ENGLAND, 1944
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Professor Howard Florey makes notes as he sits at his desk at the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology in Oxford. Professor Florey is Australian and began his research into penicillin in 1938. It was in laboratories under his control that penicillin was first shown to cure diseases.