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Miracle Cure
Miracle Cure
Author: Michael Palmer
For a disgraced doctor, the chance of a position in Boston offers salvation. But his new hospital harbours a terrible secret. Patients who have made startling progress are suddenly dying, and the closer he gets to a solution, the closer he gets to death.
ISBN: 32658

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For fans of medical thrillers like Robin Cook
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"Guaranteed to terrify anyone who...has reason to step inside the doors of a hospital...Dynatmite and engrossing." --- THE WASHINGTON POST
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A medical thriller that will keep you on edge. The story may very well have played out in real life.
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Great read! Kept me glued to my set! A suspenseful story about a troubled Doc who's given a second chance to prove himself at the state-of-the-art Boston Heart Institute. After finding discrepancies with a new drug, he takes on a big pharma company with lots of twists& turns.
I especially love how Palmer seamlessly weaves the scientific and medical stuff throughout the story in such a way that even someone like me with limited medical knowledge can understand.
A definite must read!!
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Great book if you like twists and turns. If you have a medical background and enjoys mystery and thrilling suspense, this is for you. There is a lot of medical reference that relates to the turn of events. Good read for a plane ride.
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The master of medical suspense takes you to prestigious Boston Heart Institute, where some patients are dying to get well.

After a troubled past, Dr Brian Holbrook has been given a second chance to prove himself. At state-of-the-art Boston Heart Institute, he's been chosen to join the medical team testing a new miracle drug. The initial results are so promising that Brian pushes to get his father - who suffers from a dangerous heart condition - accepted into the study.

But Brian is beginning to suspect his superiors are hiding something. Why are crucial records disappearing? Why did a patient making startling progress suddenly die? Is the miracle drug a prescription for death? The answers could cost Brian more than his career. For at Boston Heart Institute, knowing too much is the quickest way to the morgue.
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Fast moving and really keeps your interest.