Steve's Reviews > Blood Feud: The Man Who Blew the Whistle on One of the Deadliest Prescription Drugs Ever

Blood Feud by Kathleen Sharp
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May 04, 2012

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Ive been in differnt types of sales work, time share, alarm systems,
advertising and they could be considered at times a bit shady. The drug saleman is in a different class of sales altogher. They hype the benifits and skip over the risk. The risk factor of someone getting killed from a sale is beyond me how they are not aware of damage that
a "customer" should be educated on. I had sympathy for Duxbury but as
the book goes his wilful blindness is unbeliveable. If asprin was just
invented these guys would be charging 50 bucks a pill.

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