Peter Fratarcangelo has been devoted to medical research for the last 40 years. As Associate Director of new drug development at both Pfizer and Richardson-Vicks (now Proctor & Gamble), and as CEO of his successful medical research company, International HealthCare, he has successfully guided the development and FDA approval of over 35 new drugs and medical devices now on the market. He has patented medical devices as well as published and presented over 12 articles in major peer reviewed journals and at Global Medical Conferences. He has a BS, MSc and PhD in Operations Research (the use of advanced analytical methods to help make better decisions).

His life long experience and expertise on how best to collect and use all data before making a major decision to move forward to market a new drug or device is what drove him to write this book. He applies this knowledge on how to approach the problems we all face and how best to implement a solution that will benefit all of us.

Peter lives in Norwalk, CT with his wife of 44 years. He has 3 daughters and seven grandchildren.


In Plain English
Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 74,710. Language: English. Published: March 27, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Politics & Current Affairs » Current affairs
Peter Fratarcangelo feels the frustration that all of us feel with our “most trusted” institutions. While most of us throw up our hands in dismay, Mr. Fratarcangelo has sought solutions to get back on track. He has laid them out on these pages—and In Plain English. America must hear what he has to say.

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