James Gettins Monopoly, M.D.

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Monopoly, M.D.

 
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A revealing novel about the information suppression by the medical establishment, inspired by the author's own search for a cure for multiple sclerosis. The Cancer Industry Has Grown Into A BILLION DOLLAR A Day Business

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By Treating Cancer NOT Curing It

When Steve Morgan is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), he is suddenly faced with losing what he loved the most - his eminent career as a top detective. After leaving the San Francisco Police Department, he became a private investigator but was forced to give that up when his disease became too debilitating. He didn't know that the last day of his 15-year-old career would be the start of a disturbing journey leading to a shocking revelation.

Fred Daniels, a well-respected research scientist for pharmaceutical giant, American Drug Company, is killed and the Police Department have no motive, no witnesses, and no clues. Fred's daughter, Sandy Daniels, comes to Morgan for help and together they set out to find a killer. They begin their painstaking investigation completely unprepared for what they uncover. Unravelling before them are clues leading to the most illicit medical scandal of the century...a full-blown conspiracy that has controlled the medical community for half a century! Dredging up former FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and NCI (National Cancer Institute) officials and investigating drug company executives and doctors, sheds light on their worst suspicion.

What did Fred Daniels have that the medical establishment feared? Who are the major players in the medical monopoly and how far will they go to preserve a one billion dollar a day business?

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When Steve Morgan is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), he is suddenly faced with losing what he loved the most-his eminent career as a top detective. After leaving the San Francisco Police Department, he became a private investigator, but was forced to give that up, too, when his disease became too debilitating. He didn't know that the last day of his 15-year career would be the start of a disturbing journey leading to a shocking revelation. Fred Daniels, a well-respected research scientist for pharmaceutical giant, American Drug Company, is killed and the Police Department have no motive, no witnesses, and no clues. Fred's daughter, Sandy Daniels, comes to Morgan for help and together they set out to find a killer. They begin their painstaking investigation completely unprepared for what they uncover. Unraveling before them are clues leading to the most illicit medical scandal of the century...a full-blown conspiracy that has controlled the medical community for half a century! Dredging up former FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and NCI (National Cancer Institute) officials and investigating drug company executives and doctors, sheds light on their worst suspicion. What did Fred Daniels have that the medical establishment feared? Who are the major players in the medical monopoly, and how far will they go to preserve a one billion dollar a day business? -- Book Description

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