Clinical Trial

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Tom Doherty Associates, Dec 9, 2001 - Fiction - 464 pages
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The deadly hantavirus has killed dozens of Native Americans, so when a reputable pharmaceutical company claims to have developed a vaccine against the deadly disease, it should be good news. But when ImmuVac asks Dr. Isabel McLain to conduct a clinical trial of the vaccine on the Blackfeet reservation in Browning, Montana, the proposal gets a distinctly mixed response from both her and the suspicious Blackfeet. Is the new drug truly safe, or are the Blackfeet being used as human guinea pigs?

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This was another book from the used book store that got my interest because it involved clinical research trials, which is what I do in my work. Well, clinical trials really aren't run this way ... Read full review

Clinical trial

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This deftly woven thrillerDChristofferson's second entry into the arena of medical suspense and a worthy successor to The Protocol (LJ 10/1/99)Dfocuses on the clinical trial of a vaccine developed by ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

April Christofferson, an attorney with a background in biotechnology, lives in Seattle with her family. She holds an undergraduate degree in biology and did graduate work in veterinary medicine.

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