The relentless ongoing battle to Fight the spread of deadly Superbugs is explored in Superbugs: The Fight for Our Lives, a new exhibition at London’s Science Museum which runs until February 2019. Superbugs kill almost 700,000 people a year and by 2050 this could rise to 30 million. A quarter of the world’s population are infected with tuberculosis (TB, in a latent form) with drug-resistant TB becoming an issue for many countries. In 1945 Sir Alexander Fleming picked up his Nobel Prize for helping to discover antibiotics, the greatest medical research advance of the 20th century, whilst working at St
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