by Tom Bleakley

Obtaining FDA approval to market a drug is knowing the right people and taking good care of them. It has nothing to do with good science. It’s a matter of form over substance and it’s good form to take care of your friends.

When an unfaithful husband headed toward an unwanted divorce takes a drug noted for its effects of causing bizarre behavior and winds up killing his wife, who is to blame?  Is it the killer or the avaricious drug company making huge profits and trying to hide news of the drug’s terrible effects?  A jury decides guilt or innocence . . . or does it?

“I can’t stand the thought of how this is going to end.  I’ve got to let the world know what this company did. . . . I promised myself that whatever time I had left I was going to spend on telling this story.  I got out of bed and put on my street clothes.  I walked to the nursing station and signed myself out of the hospital.  AMA they called it.  Against medical advice.   I went home and started writing.”



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