by Matt McCarthy
Superbugs in the clinical chemistry, viral disease, medical research, and pathology book that contains the history of bacterial and viral disease that takes millions of lives. Matt McCarthy is the author of this outstanding book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. Matt is the assistant professor of medicine at Cornell. He is the author of two bestselling books and he never write anything without any proof. Matt knows what he is writing and he never disappoints his fans. He shares his story of dealing with patients with cutting edge science. Matt is the ethics professor, research, and physician who is on the front lines whenever a situation comes in the medical field.
He explains the history of disease that took the lives of millions of people from time to time. Today, we are living in the modern world but still, there is a lot more to come. He explains the discovery of penicillin that saves the lives of people. Human history is full of bacterial and viruses that often attack, and as a result, millions of people died. Matt shares his personal stories with patients about how he able to help his clients to deal with viruses. A remarkable book for everyone to ponder to know the world where we are living.