Amy'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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Jul 03, 12

Read in April, 2012

This was an interesting read. Although the timeline bounced here and there (making for a bit of confusion), the content will blow your socks off. This is a whistle-blower story and will simply piss you off that big pharma companies behave so slyly and slickly. The story illustrates, in part, how lame the FDA is based on who its political leader is, allowing for big pharma to sell unproven drugs for unpermitted uses and kill Americans in the process; all in the name of profit and to outsell the competition. Guaranteed to piss off the reader (oh, did I mention that already?). Freaking politicians and bigger freaking profit-greedy corporations. Say no to Johnson and Johnson and AmGen. Amen.
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