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Forbidden Research
Forbidden Research
Author: Howard Simon
ISBN-13: 9780671021849
ISBN-10: 0671021842
Publication Date: 10/1/1998
Pages: 352
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Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Three top surgeons at Manhattan's University Hospital Center. The arrogant and driven Zach Green is compelled by two obsessions: the saving of lives and the conquest of women. His colleague, Glen Brinkman, would lay down his life for his family. And Casey Brenner, a young female resident, knows that her fierce independence is her only advantage in a profession dominated by men.
One stunning breakthrough. together, they"re on the threshold of perfecting a technique to curb critical blood loss and dramatically reduce the mortality rate in the operating room. Withintheir grasp is an opportunity to revolutionize medicine.
And one chance for survival. Across the country, leading medical researchers are being systematically stalked and executed by a radical animal-rights group. Green, Brinkman, and Brenner are caught in the crossfire of the controversy, potentiol targets of the next devastating act of terrorism. But as the surgeons are about to discover, the ultimate danger is closer than they know-and only steps away from their hospital.