Alexander Fleming

Alexander Fleming - Alexander Fleming I am Alexander...

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Alexander Fleming I am Alexander Fleming, the person who pioneered the discovery of penicillin. In this report, I will inform you about my life, the education, the start of the dignity, the discovery process, and the drug I worked on after developing penicillin. I was born in the community of Darvel in southwestern Scotland on August 6,1881. We dwelled at Lochfield Farm, a crowded, faraway sheep farm with no interior plumbing. In my family, I was the seventh of eight youngsters. Four in my family were stepchildren, Hugh, Tom, Jane (who passed away when I was two), and Mary. My dad (Hugh Fleming) wedded my mom (Grace Morton) when he was sixty. My mom labored the other four: Grace, John, Alexander (nicknamed Alec), and Robert. In most of my life though, I lived at London. When my uncle died when I was twenty, I got a small inheritance. The two other brothers, John and Robert proposed to combine the money to start a business. I had no plan for my money even though that I desire to cease my career as a clerk in a
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