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Marty Cooper paired his computer and medical skills developing new algorithms to market new drugs, and entered the rarefied executive level of 'Big Pharma.' Circumstances soon mushroomed, from Dallas to Washington to Europe, and a major political event threatened him and his family. His career can be salvaged only by joining forces that are in diametric opposition to everything for which Marty has studied and fought. *********** For decades the public has made 'the Doctor' their God. Whatever he/she said was gospel. The exponential explosion of medical knowledge over the last 60 years, together with the advances in chemistry, biology, and pharmaceuticals, has forced the teaching institutions and their graduate doctors to trust the drug companies' research results and their claims. The public looks to the FDA (whose budget is over 60% funded by 'Big Pharma') as their protection. Surgery and pills have become 'health care.'
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|Publisher:||Austin Macauley Publishers LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.42(d)|
About the Author
This is Richard Breakell's first novel, a dream realized after many years of pushing and prodding by his family. It is with great sorrow, this will also be Richard's last novel with his unexpected passing during the publication process. Father, Grandfather, Brother, and great friend to so many, he was loved, and respected in numerous circles in many countries. Of spiritual and religious belief, he was a daily inspiration to his family, friends and colleagues. He lived a well-rounded life, which included careers in broadcasting, international real estate, telecommunications, and his last years spent as an entrepreneur dabbling in numerous business ventures, including pursuing his goal of publishing this novel. He is deeply respected for his mentoring, and sponsorship of dozens in Alcoholics Anonymous, of which he was involved for almost 40 years. His wisdom, friendship, love, and positive outlook impacts their lives to this day. Richard has now joined his middle Son on the next great adventure, and is survived by two of his three Sons, seven Grandchildren, two Sisters, and the hundreds of souls he touched. As his eldest son, my brother and I hope you enjoy my Father's first novel, a subject of which he had deep concern and impacts all of us daily. R.I.P. Dad/Dick...you are loved by many.