Until Melching's organization started its three-year training program, no one knew the basics of germ theory—or its link to HIV.
It is not only to the most dreaded diseases that he has applied the germ theory.
But if you admit the germ theory, the difficulty vanishes at once.
Not only medical but still more especially surgical science is now seeking light and guidance from this germ theory.
If one of them survived the germ theory of disease is a hallucination.
When the germ theory was exhausted the bicycle craze took its place.
Whether this germ theory be correct or not, the result is the same.
And so it has been with the germ theory of communicable diseases.
This, in the language of the germ theory, is the whole secret of vaccination.
All peoples show development; the germ theory of politics has been sufficiently emphasized.
germ theory n.
The doctrine holding that infectious diseases are caused by the activity of microorganisms within the body.