KILLER DRUG

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KILLER DRUG

KILLER DRUG Product Description The CIA on June declassified secret documents that revealed the Agency had relations with commercial drug manufacturers whereby they passed on drugs rejected because of u

  • Title: KILLER DRUG
  • Author: Peter Rost
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Product Description The CIA on June 26, 2007 declassified secret documents that revealed the Agency had relations with commercial drug manufacturers, whereby they passed on drugs rejected because of unfavorable side effects Killer Drug is a thriller about one such drug company, which develops a biological weapon and uses murder to achieve its objectives It is also a drProduct Description The CIA on June 26, 2007 declassified secret documents that revealed the Agency had relations with commercial drug manufacturers, whereby they passed on drugs rejected because of unfavorable side effects Killer Drug is a thriller about one such drug company, which develops a biological weapon and uses murder to achieve its objectives It is also a drama about just how far corporate executives may be willing to go .

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    1. Leajk on said:

      This was quite a strange book. It's written by the Swedish Dr. Peter Rost who worked at a high international level at the big pharma company Pfizer. Rost ended up in a legal battle with his formers employers. According to him since he disagreed about them about ethical values. In 2006 when I read the book he was still in legal proceedings so he's still right inside of it. Thus a lot of the book was him talking about his personal grievances with the company. But of course there's also some inside [...]

    2. Melanie on said:

      Usually when I'm reading, I look up a word definition at least once - usually more times. Not so with this novel as it seems to have been written by a 7th grade student with a 7th grade vocabulary. Sad.

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