Anybody want a zillion-dollar cure idea?
HOW DO people get a good idea noticed? It's not so easy. It was a 23-year-old medical student, Ernest Duchesne, who discovered penicillin 32 years before Alexander Fleming. But who listens to a kid? So the idea went nowhere, and Duchesne, due to God's really immature love of irony, died of tuberculosis. So did a lot of other people. (Full article: 705 words)
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