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Death Benefit by Robin Cook
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Jul 09, 2012

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Pia Grazdani,a medical student, works closely with Columbia University Medical Center's premier scientist on cutting-edge research that could revolutionize health care by creating replacement organs for critically ill patients. With the opportunity to work with the brilliant molecular geneticist Dr. Tobias Rothman, Pia knows she will be given the chance to fulfill her ambition to participate in medical discoveries that can help millions while bringing her a measure of personal peace that might once and for all push aside memories of her difficult and abusive childhood. But when tragedy strikes in the lab, Pia, with the help of classmate George Wilson, must investigate the unforeseen calamity in the hospital's supposedly secure biosafety lab.
This was a good audiobook to listen to while completing summer projects: painting, going for walks and working in the garden. The only disappointment came with the abrupt ending. It seems like there should have been a few more chapters or a longer epilogue.

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Megan Klatt Thank you, Karen! I heartily agree

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