The mold in Dr. Florey's coat: the story of the penicillin miracle.
Transcription of Annotations
Extensive notes on front papers and half-title concerning a list individuals involved (directly or indirectly) in the development of penicillin, brief biographical information about Alexander Fleming, Howard Florey, and Ernst Chain, the discovery and development of the drug, the increase in the use of penicillin from 1944-1978 in the U.S. alone, the affects of World War II on the development of penicillin. Annotations by Brian Lamb in the margins and underlining of pertinent phrases throughout the book. Examples include: “of 10 million killed half died of infection,” “Sherrington's law,” “less than 1% purity,” “Fleming seeking P.R. from BBC,” “Oxford team - developed penicillin for a few thousand dollars. Today - it takes as much as $900 million to bring a new drug on the market.”