Phage therapy was discovered back in the 1900s to treat specific types of infections. This therapy can function as a healing agent. In 1896, couple of bacteriologist reported the existence of antibacterial activity, but no further research or action were done. After two years, another bacteriologist found out the same results were some investigators related it or thought it is bacteriophage. None of the investigators explored or expanded their findings until Frederick Twort, a bacteriologist from England and one of the original discoverer bacteriophage. He started the research, but could not finish it due to financial issues. Moreover, Félix d’Hérelle, a French microbiologist officially rediscover the therapy and experimented it at Pasteur Institute in Paris. D’Herelle promoted that viral phage were live viruses, but his previous biologists or researchers thought that they were enzymes. In 1917, D’Herelle first attempt to use phage as a treatment was on a 12 years old boy diagnosed with a severe dysentery. A dysentery is a bloody diarrhea. The boy treatment was a successful one because he recovered within a few days. Other patients with similar disease recovered within 24 hours (Sulakvelidze, Alavidze, & Morris, 2001).The use of bacteriophages as a treatment to control bacteria has changed the strategy of medicine in some countries. It has numerous advantages that will improve the human health. The development of phage therapy has become a priority of medicine. However, the main and global center of phage therapy and research is located in the Republic of Georgia. It is the longest and most experienced and operating clinics nationwide. There success rate over the past ten years exceeds 95 percent. According to the Phage Therapy Center, In the years of 1987 to 1999, the Phage Therapy Center treated 1307 patients. 85% patients success treatment, 10% patients health improved, and 5% the treatment had no effect (McClean, 2011 and phagetherapycenter.com).