Human neutrophil ingesting MRSA, or so I'm told. By National Institutes of Health (NIH) (National Institutes of Health (NIH)) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons.
Blessed readers, you are truly blessed today, for the Anglo-Saxon Monk was able to secure an interview with the gracious Dr Christina Lee of the University of Nottingham.
In case you haven't heard, Dr Lee and her collaborators have been making quite a stir in the world of medicine by coming up with a potential solution to your perennial twenty-first century problem of the hospital 'superbug' MRSA.
And where have they found the answer? In Anglo-Saxon England, of course! We're not as backward as you thought!
So please enjoy, my beloved ones, listening to the interview (link below). But also please do make allowances for Dr Lee's difficulties in conveying her rarefied leechdom to a humble servant of the Lord, and moreover for my inexplicable lapses into twenty-first century idiom.
Just how many OKs is it acceptable for a transhistorical, eleventh-century monk to utter, I wonder? May the Lord cure me of this malady!