Ladies & Germs, Meet The Supervillain Superbugs! Almost 100 years ago Alexander Fleming discovered what would go on to become the world's first antibiotic. Nearly a century later, the bacterial infections and diseases these antibiotics once treated are making a comeback. Join Guy Raz and Mindy Thomas as they delve into the Who, What, When, Where, Why, How, and Wow in the World of battling SUPERBUGS!
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Ladies & Germs, Meet The Supervillain Superbugs!

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Ladies & Germs, Meet The Supervillain Superbugs!

Ladies & Germs, Meet The Supervillain Superbugs!

Ladies & Germs, Meet The Supervillain Superbugs!

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Almost 100 years ago Alexander Fleming discovered what would go on to become the world's first antibiotic. Nearly a century later, the bacterial infections and diseases these antibiotics once treated are making a comeback. Join Guy Raz and Mindy Thomas as they delve into the Who, What, When, Where, Why, How, and Wow in the World of battling SUPERBUGS!

Almost 100 years ago Alexander Fleming discovered what would go on to become the world's first antibiotic. Nearly a century later the bacterial infections and diseases these antibiotics once treated are making a comeback. Join Guy Raz and Mindy Thomas as they delve into the Who, What, When, Where, Why, How, and Wow in the World of battling SUPERBUGS! Wow in the World hide caption

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