The invention of Tetracycline.

A 1950's antibiotic is still here

Lori Anderson


This was invented in 1955, by a man named Benjamin Duggar. This product of the 1950's, can cure urinary tract infections, acne, chlamydia, and more. Tetracycline is an antibiotic, the website says not to take this medicine if you are nursing a baby or you are pregnant. This medicine will cause harm to your unborn baby, and will cause your teeth to turn gray or start yellowing. This product is not to be used for children under age eight, it can also stunt or shorten a child's growth.