In Big Pharma, Big Greed: The inside story of one lawyer's battle to stem the flood of dangerous medicines and protect public health, Stephen Sheller tells a tale that is at once deeply personal but also with wide repercussions for the U.S. health care system and the hundreds of millions of Americans whose lives literally depend on it.
A short book, basically a structured stream of consciousness, discussing thoughts about living in this era and concerns about subjects and things that seem to be challenges in this agricultural, dogmatized society.
DRUG MONEY is a mystery wrapped around an inside look at life in the pharmaceutical industry. Life working at a lower level position in a large corporation is similar regardless of the industry, and is a part of the American experience difficult to make interesting in fiction. What if your great-grandfather was one of the founders of the company but you didn't know it? That should about do it.
Have you ever wondered about new drugs and the ethics involved in their research -or, for that matter, the morality? This is a novel about a new drug, but also about two diseases -endometriosis and mental illness- and how the agony of both interact to ruin several lives.
A play in two acts for 2 m and 2 f. In the summer of the year 2006, a team consisting of two men and two women discover a serum to stop the aging process for an undeterminable period. The group knows the power of their discovery: If the government or the drug industry finds the formula they will either keep the discovery secret or use it to their advantage. The group agrees to test the formula.
The Welkinn Complex is a doorway to the realities and cover ups that are interwoven into the ulterior motives of treating physicians and drug manufactures of mind control drugs. The Welkinn Complex is the deliverance of realities through a complex fictional work.