Why there are such masses of antibiotics and so few antivirals in the arena

Why there are such masses of antibiotics and so few antivirals in the arena

The novel coronavirus | Pixabay Text Size: As the end of the second world war neared, mass production of the newly developed antibiotic penicillin enabled life-saving treatment of bacterial infections in wounded soldiers. Since then, penicillin and many other antibiotics have successfully treated a wide variety of bacterial infections. But antibiotics don’t work against viruses;…

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