Blood Feud

Blood Feud

The Man Who Blew the Whistle on One of the Deadliest Prescription Drugs Ever

Book - 2011/09/20
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An account of the investigation into Johnson & Johnson's blood-booster product Procrit relates how former company sales representative Mark Duxbury lost his job for testifying that the drug was poorly tested, overprescribed, and could cause cancer.
Publisher: New York : E.P. Dutton, 2011/09/20
ISBN: 9780525952404
Branch Call Number: 338.476 SHA
Characteristics: p. cm


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Nov 23, 2011

This is the career biography of a drug company's salesman-turned-whistleblower, I found it gripping, not least because the author has really studied the background of science and medicine relating to the book. I'm sure, therefore, that her descriptions of the legal and political facets of the story are equally accurate. The role rep's play in Canada in relation to MD's in private practice are different, of course, but I could visualize salespeople I've met being in this book.


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