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Mindbend (Paperback)

Author:  Robin Cook
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0451141083
ISBN-13: 9780451141088
Sku: 30071163
Publish Date: 1/1/1994
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 7H x 4L x 1.25T
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When a future doctor trusts his pregnant wife's care to the clinic operated by the giant chemical company where he works, he does not suspect that she will be subjected to terrifying experimentation. "Chillingly entertaining and thought-provoking".--Associated Press.
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Adam, an aspiring third-year medical student, fights to save his wife Jennifer and their unborn child from the overwhelming evil he uncovers at Arolen Pharmaceuticals. Reissue.
A thriller about a subversive plot by the pharmaceutical industry to take over the entire medical profession. Adam Schonberg, a third-year medical student who is $20,000 in debt, feels forced to take a job with Arolin Pharmaceutical after he learns his wife is pregnant and has quit her job. Adam unwittingly discovers that the medical seminars sponsored by his firm are a coverup to brainwash physicians into prescribing Arolin's drugs. Furthermore, he learns that these physicians have begun working for a health maintenance clinic backed by the firm--the same clinic that his pregnant wife is using.
Author Bio
Robin Cook
A best-selling author of medical thrillers, Robin Cook graduated from both the Columbia University Medical School and Harvard University, and has worked in prestigious hospitals including the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. His interests range from real estate to basketball, skiing and tennis. Many of his popular novels have been adapted into successful television movies, and "Coma" was turned into a successful motion picture. He married his wife, actress Barbara Ellen Mougin, on July 18, 1979.


Washington Post Book World
" important and timely subject [but the novel] "retreats from this issue." - Michael A. Morrison

Chicago Tribune
"...apt to keep you up reading all ... night." - Clarence Petersen

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