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Fighting infection: from Joseph Lister to superbugs - Science Weekly podcast

Nicola Davis explores the origins of antiseptic surgery and asks what we might learn from its founding father about taking on today’s biggest healthcare threats Subscribe & Review on Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, Audioboom, Mixcloud & Acast, and join the discussion on Facebook and Twitter In March 1867, the Lancet published an article by surgeon Joseph Lister that would change the healthcare landscape completely.
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