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 Talk Nation Radio 
 The Man Who Blew the Whistle on one of the Deadliest Prescription Drugs Ever
 Weekly Program
 Award winning investigative journalist Kathleen Sharp, author of the new book, Blood Feud
 Dori Smith  
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Companies like Amgen, Johnson & Johnson, Ortho, begin trials using high dose, off-shelf protocols for anemia drug. Whistle blower Mark Duxbury, attorney Jan Schlichtmann, try to stop them and litigate. Patient deaths, physician payoffs, alleged fraud, Medicare, Medicaid.
Produced by Dori Smith
Storrs, CT

Music by Fritz Heede
WWW.KATHLEENSHARP.COM

'Blood Feud, The Man Who Blew the Whistle on one of the Deadliest Prescription Drugs Ever,' was published by Dutton, September 2011.
Regular broadcasters of this show can find it at archive.org and at our web site www.talknationradio.org. We are unable to upload at this time to Radio4all.net. Sorry for the inconvenience. Dori Smith

'There's estimates that Medicaid and Medicare lose something like 100 billion dollars a year to fraud and the prime suspects are pharmaceutical companies and other health care companies'. Kathleen Sharp

'I guarantee you once news of this scheme is published, someone will be held accountable.' Mark Duxbury, former salesman at Johnson and Johnson, turned whistle blower.

 Kathleen Sharp, re load Download Program Podcast
00:00:00 English 2011-11-09
 
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