It was nothing short of a miracle. A woman was barely hanging on to life at Yale-New Haven Hospital in 1942. She had been running a fever of 106 degrees for four weeks, and doctors were out of options. A new treatment – never before tried in the U.S. – brought her back to life in less than 24 hours. Hear the incredible story about the first use of penicillin in the U.S. from the Director of Infection Prevention at Yale New Haven Hospital, Dr. Richard Martinello.