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Terminal by Robin Cook
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Terminal (original 1993; edition 1994)

by Robin Cook

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Title:Terminal
Authors:Robin Cook
Info:Berkley (1994), Mass Market Paperback, 370 pages
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Once again Robin Cook makes me afraid of anything or anyone medical. Never trust anyone in a white lab coat! ( )
  MrsHillReads | Dec 6, 2007 |
I know I must have read that book, but my memory has erased any sign of it. Some thriller it must have been...
  spacedlaw | Aug 6, 2007 |
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At a prestigious Florida medical center, brain cancer patients are treated with a one-hundred-percent success rate. Sean Murphy, a young medical student, finds it hard to believe. Is it a miracle cure? Or the biggest con job in the history of medicine?

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Third year medical student Sean Murphy goes to a renowned cancer treatment center and discovers the horror of their remarkable cures.

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