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Whistle-Blowers

Frank Honigsbaum

4 October 1984
Roche versus Adams 
by Stanley Adams.
Cape, 236 pp., £8.95, January 1984, 9780224021807
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Prescriptions for Death: The Drugging of the Third World 
by Milton Silverman, Philip Lee and Mia Lydecker.
California, 186 pp., £13.55, November 1982, 0 520 04721 4
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The Pharmaceutical Industry and Dependency in the Third World 
by Gary Gereffi.
Princeton, 291 pp., £21.60, November 1983, 0 691 07645 6
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Corporate Crime in the Pharmaceutical Industry 
by John Braithwaite.
Routledge, 440 pp., £25, March 1984, 0 7102 0049 8
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... pharmaceutical firms appear to act without fear of retribution. In Prescriptions for Death, Milton Silverman and his colleagues show how drugs which have been banned in the industrial world may be sold to an unsuspecting public in a developing country. The practice is known as ‘drug-dumping’. But that is not the only offence: equally dangerous ...

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