A new book by Mary Wilson, adjunct professor of global health and population at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, offers a wealth of information about antibiotics, from how they were discovered to what we would do if they were no longer able to stop our infections.
A June 15, 2019 Washington Post article about “Antibiotics: What Everyone Needs to Know,” noted that the book, written in a question-and-answer format, “breaks down the science, the social aspects and future fears without scaremongering.”
Read the Washington Post article: Confused or worried about antibiotics? This Harvard infectious disease expert has some answers