This Forgotten WWI Antiseptic Could Be the Key to Fighting Antibiotic Resistance

A simple antiseptic made from coal tar that was used in WWI hospitals could be the answer to the world’s growing antibiotic resistance problem, according to Science Alert. Once used for everything from urinary tract infections to open wounds to STDs, this substance — which was replaced by penicillin — is getting a fresh look from scientists. The research is ongoing and the product is nowhere near ready to market, but one thing remains true: We are in the middle of an...

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