Edited by Norman J. Temple and Andrew Thompson. This book exposes why health care costs have been rapidly increasing and includes a close examination of over-priced drugs. It contains a detailed explanation of how the drug industry takes billions of dollars from society each year and proposes radical new ideas to reign in excessive spending on medicine. Based on the latest research, its unique approach takes into account the pharmaceutical industry, health care policy and society to offer a wide ranging account. It is invaluable for all health care professionals, especially managers and doctors and nurses with budgetary responsibilities.
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