Ehrlich, Paul (1854–1915)

Paul Ehrlich was immensely important in the fields of chemistry, immunology, and histology. Perhaps his greatest contribution to public health was his discovery of Salvarsan, also known as 606, the first organic antisyphilitic. Martha Marquardt, his secretary for 13 years, ...

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