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Side Effects: Death. Confessions of a Pharma-Insider

5 Ratings: 1.8
A book by John Virapen

"I bribed a Swedish professor to enhance the registration of Prozac in Sweden." -John Virapen Pharmaceutical companies want to keep people sick. They want to make others think that they are sick. And they do this for one reason: money. Did … see full wiki

Author: John Virapen
Genre: Health, Politics
Publisher: Virtualbookworm.com Publishing
Date Published: 2010
2 reviews about Side Effects: Death. Confessions of a Pharma-Insider
review by . May 10, 2010
This book, written by a pharmaceutical industry insider, exposes many of the secrets that led to drugs with major side effects, like Prozac, to be approved and widely prescribed. Born in Guyana (northeast South America) to Indian parents, Virapen found himself, in the 1960s, in Europe, hungry and homeless. He went to Sweden, to live with a woman he met in his travels. It was there that he got a job as a sales representative for Eli Lilly and Co. He visited local physicians, bringing them small gifts …
Quick Tip by . May 10, 2010
Side Effects: Death (by John Virapen) is an interesting book about how drugs like Prozac get approved and prescribed.
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