[E–pub New] (Pharma By Gerald Posner) By Gerald Posner


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    READ Pharma By Gerald Posner READ Æ SALAMUSEO.CO È Gerald Posner Gerald Posner È 1 REVIEW I did not read the book cover to cover I read selected chapters and skimmed others From the title I don’t know why I expected to find a glimmer of hope clearly that was just stupidIn 1950 George Merck gave an address to the graduating class of the Medical College of Virginia“We try to remember that medicine is for the patient We try never to forget that medicine is for the people It is not for the profit” Pg6061

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    [E–pub New] (Pharma By Gerald Posner) By Gerald Posner A must read for anyone in medical related professionThis is a very extensive account on pharmaceutical business Author in great detail reviews developed of particular medications and evolution of the entire industry starting from the penicillin discovery in 1928 until Saklers empire bankruptcy in 2019 It took Posner 3 years to write

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    READ Æ SALAMUSEO.CO È Gerald Posner Gerald Posner È 1 REVIEW READ Pharma By Gerald Posner This book is the definitive guide on the rise of big Pharma It starts with snake oil salesmen to the rise of th

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    [E–pub New] (Pharma By Gerald Posner) By Gerald Posner If you try to keep up with the health care industry you will soon want to throw your arms up in despair and scream it is such a broad area covering nearly a fifth of the economy and incorporating a wide range of medical specialties health care business operations human resource management scientific research and innovation and much

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    READ Æ SALAMUSEO.CO È Gerald Posner [E–pub New] (Pharma By Gerald Posner) By Gerald Posner Gerald Posner È 1 REVIEW You probably did not know that you could buy a dose of cocaine and a syringe from Sears Roebuck for the very reasonable price of 150 in the latter part of the 19th century Or that heroin was invented in 1898 by Ba

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    READ Pharma By Gerald Posner READ Æ SALAMUSEO.CO È Gerald Posner Gerald Posner È 1 REVIEW I knew that pharmaceutical companies were not very ethical in their pursuit of profit but I never realized the extent Very good journalistic work non judgmental description with the exception of the title and thorough research A very good read

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    [E–pub New] (Pharma By Gerald Posner) By Gerald Posner Extremely well researched The greed and the collusion between some parts of the government and the big shots in this industry is mind blowing I cannot say it was fun reading about this stuff But it was certainly enlightening

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    [E–pub New] (Pharma By Gerald Posner) By Gerald Posner READ Æ SALAMUSEO.CO È Gerald Posner Gerald Posner È 1 REVIEW While several books cover the opioid crisis and the Sackler family this book tells the shocking history of the pharma industry and Arthur Sackler’s early yearsSome of the fascinating details include• Several of today’s largest drug companies began by selling then legal heroin morphine cannabis and cocaine based medicine for huge profit

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    [E–pub New] (Pharma By Gerald Posner) By Gerald Posner I enjoyed the first part of the book dealing with the history of drug making and drug companies in the United States But I lost interest as the book began focusing primarily on one drug company and one drug making family There are nu

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    [E–pub New] (Pharma By Gerald Posner) By Gerald Posner Come for the history stay for the structural considerations on the current pandemic you’ll have to make these yourself but the foreshadowing i

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READ Pharma By Gerald Posner

REVIEW ò Pharma By Gerald Posner E pharmaceutical industry demanding a national reckoning with how miraculous promises are marketed At the center of Pharma is the story of the fourteen billion dollar family that founded the company most responsible for America’s deadly opioid crisis Gerald Posner traces the Sacklers’ uiet rise to power a company buried under a byzantine web of interlocking companies with ever changing names and hidden owners The Sackler family provides a vivid case study of the ethical lapses and. I knew that pharmaceutical companies were not very ethical in their pursuit of profit but I never realized the extent Very good journalistic work non judgmental description with the exception of the title and thorough research A very good read The Divers' Game journalistic work non Discourse Grammar of the Greek New Testament judgmental description with the exception of the title and thorough research A very good read

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REVIEW ò Pharma By Gerald Posner The reckless profiteering that characterize much of Big Pharma Over the last thirty years the industry has mostly abandoned research for new antibiotics while concentrating on higher profit medications that treat chronic illnesses As a result many scientists believe Big Pharma has unwittingly created the opening for the next worldwide pandemic Pharma draws on thousands of government and corporate archives to expose an industry that sits at the intersection of public health and profit. While several books cover the opioid crisis and the Sackler family this book tells the shocking history of the pharma industry and Arthur Sackler s early yearsSome of the fascinating details include Several of today s largest drug companies began by selling then legal heroin morphine cannabis and cocaine based medicine for huge profits Despite being raised in the 1940s as New York Socialist party members the Sackler brothers would seek profits without constraint and go on to spend lavishly on mansions and art Mortimer Sackler even left the US to lower his taxes Arthur Sackler s campaign to promote Valium in the 1960s made it the first 100 million drug By the 1970s it had accumulated than a billion dollars in sales When promoting OxyContin Purdue Pharma spent an average of 40000 for every top tier prescribing doctor In 2002 when the DEA began looking into a spike in overdoses from OxyContin Purdue Pharma hired Rudy Giuliani and former NYC police commissioner Bernard Kerik to escape meaningful regulation Think of the number of overdose deaths since 2002Even though this is a long book Posner breaks it up into short chapters and it is easy to read Some readers may feel Posner spends too much time covering the schemes of drug companies to evade safety regulations and inflate prices But this is the MOST IMPORTANT part of the book that US citizens should know

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REVIEW ò Pharma By Gerald Posner Award winning and New York Times bestselling author and journalist Gerald Posner brings to life the heroes and villains of the pharmaceutical industry and how a business meant to save lives is steeped in corruption and reckless profiteering with deadly conseuences Pharmaceutical breakthroughs represent some of the greatest advancements in human history But a raging opioid epidemic and soaring drug prices have contributed to an unprecedented breakdown in trust between the public and th. I did not read the book cover to cover I read selected chapters and skimmed others From the title I don t know why I expected to find a glimmer of hope clearly that was just stupidIn 1950 George Merck gave an address to the graduating class of the Medical College of Virginia We try to remember that medicine is for the patient We try never to forget that medicine is for the people It is not for the profit Pg6061Maybe he believed it in his heart but it never did translate into the operation of his pharmaceutical companyChapters dealing with pharmaceutical companies advertising their products to the public are stomach churning There are chapters that delve into pandemics 32 51 both of special interest at this timeIn the end we are left with the horrifying fact that Big Pharma is not in the least bit interested in the patientit s all about the money Profit is the end game at all cost and not just nominal profit Big Pharma is only concerned with Big ProfitsAs horrifying and depressing as it is this book should be reuired reading for every single person on earthTrust me when I tell you no one is going to save us from the money grabbing pharmaceutical companies we are on our own I am now in need of a tranuilizer Bill’s Humiliation in Panties Volume 7 journalist Gerald Posner brings to life the heroes and villains of the pharmaceutical industry and how a business meant to save lives is steeped in corruption and reckless profiteering with deadly conseuences Pharmaceutical breakthroughs represent some of the greatest advancements in human history But a raging opioid epidemic and soaring drug prices have contributed to an unprecedented breakdown in trust between the public and th. I did not read the book cover to cover I read selected chapters and skimmed others From the title I don t know why I expected to find a glimmer of hope clearly that was Nuit of the Living Dead just stupidIn 1950 George Merck gave an address to the graduating class of the Medical College of Virginia We try to remember that medicine is for the patient We try never to forget that medicine is for the people It is not for the profit Pg6061Maybe he believed it in his heart but it never did translate into the operation of his pharmaceutical companyChapters dealing with pharmaceutical companies advertising their products to the public are stomach churning There are chapters that delve into pandemics 32 51 both of special interest at this timeIn the end we are left with the horrifying fact that Big Pharma is not in the least bit interested in the patientit s all about the money Profit is the end game at all cost and not Media MessagesWhat Film Television and Popular Music Teach Us about Race Class Gender and Sexual Orientation just nominal profit Big Pharma is only concerned with Big ProfitsAs horrifying and depressing as it is this book should be reuired reading for every single person on earthTrust me when I tell you no one is going to save us from the money grabbing pharmaceutical companies we are on our own I am now in need of a tranuilizer

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