Sir Alexander Fleming – The Penicillin Discoverer

The Early Life of Alexander Fleming


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Sir Fleming was born in Scotland. He grew up in a rural atmosphere of Litchfield, East Ayrshire. His parents were farmers, and they had four children. Sir Alexander was one of them. He also had another four half-siblings, the survivors of his father’s first marriage.

He began his schooling at Loudon Moor, and then he moved to Darvel School. He also attended Kilmarnock Academy. He eventually moved to London following his elder brother in 1895.

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