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Bottle of Lies

The Inside Story of the Generic Drug Boom

by Katherine Eban

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A narrative investigation into the generic drug boom by an award-winning Fortune reporter draws on exclusive accounts and extensive confidential FDA documents to expose life-threatening practices of global fraud, data manipulation and unsafe medicine production. 150,000 first printing.

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The Generic Drugs You're Taking May Not Be As Safe Or Effective As You Think

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