The aspirin wars: money, medicine, and 100 years of rampant competition
Mann and Plummer take us behind the scenes in the aspirin wars to penetrate the shores of capitalism and show the essence of competition at its canniest, most ruthless, most brilliant, and most fierce.ights to Atlantic. 8 pages of photographs.
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I got 70 pages in and gave up. I heard the author on the radio and it sounded really interesting. Thirty minutes on the radio is super interesting, but a whole book was to much. got boring and I gave up. Read full review
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I'm reading The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks now, and really enjoying it; this is another book written by a science journalist about an important, but not well-known, medical development. Sounds interesting. Read full review
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