Unfortunately, the goal of global immunity has imposed an unhealthy code of silence.
Questions about the ethics of mandatory medical treatment and the validity of clinical research are spinning around the edge of the covid pandemic. Unfortunately, the goal of global immunity has imposed an unhealthy code of silence.
We think it’s time for the healthcare system to undergo a little historical self-examination.
The Zyprexa Papers is the true story of one lawyer’s battle against a pharmaceutical giant. The book provides an historical context to address today’s concerns. The new hardcover edition will be published by Samizat Health Writer Co-operative Inc. and released on June 1, 2021.
Years of research (clinical trials), years of legal battles (court trials), and more than one person’s lost life (patient Bill Bigley, medicated by court-order, died in 2012) form the core of this true-life whodunnit, which raises these issues:
- Is it acceptable for pharmaceutical companies to deny hazards of their treatments even when they know they exist?
- Can we depend on government regulators to stop the distribution of faulty medications?
- Is it fair to force medical treatment upon patients even if the side effects may create additional health problems?
- What would you do if you discovered “secret” documents which demonstrated that an approved medical treatment had significant side effects?
The Zyprexa Papers opens the door to these important discussions. Please share…
The Zyprexa Papers, Hardcover edition
Publish Date: June 1, 2021