ContagionBook - 1995
Random House, Inc.
One of Cook's most successful--and timelybestsellers. Contagion is a terrifying cautionary tale for the millennium as a deadly epidemic is spread not merely by microbesbut by sabotage...
Baker & Taylor
In a story of the dangers of managed health care, ophthalmologist-turned-forensic pathologist John Stapleton investigates a series of virulent and lethal illnesses targeting more costly patients of a giant for-profit medical conglomerate
The New York Times best-seller narrates the cautionary tale of a deadly epidemic spread not only by microbes but by sinister sabotage designed to bring down the corporate titans of health care. Reissue.
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Dr. John Stapleton is forced out of his opthalmology practice by National Health, a for profit medical giant. He does another residency in pathology and is now a coroner in New York. He is investigating the sudden deaths coming from from Manhattan General Hospital where patients and staff are dying from infections with fast acting incubation periods. The hospital is owned by National Health. John's investigation gets him in trouble with both his boss and Manhattan General but he finds the truth.
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