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Ares Virus

Author: John O'Brien
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781537030791
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What would happen if a viral agent was released on American soil? How would local agencies react? How would the military respond? What if it was one of their own? Would they own it or attempt to cover it up? If a major operation was jeopardized because of the release, would that alter any of the decisions? A potent viral agent, created to destabilize a region for forces to move in and clean up, is accidentally spilled in a metropolis. Those infected serve only to afflict others through any means. As forces move in on the beleaguered city, Sergeant Brown has to make his way through roving bands of the infected in order to escape. Will the ring close before he can reach safe grounds or will he and others he finds be added to the final tally?

Ares Virus White Horse

Author: John O'Brien
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781540507723
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The ARES Virus ran rampant throughout the world, leaving very few remaining. There are no sanctuaries in the midst of the infected, where the very air is contaminated. For the few surviving, the slightest misstep can introduce the viral agent into their midst, bringing an end to the last vestige of humankind. However, there's too much at stake to merely hover in the shadows.Remnants of the navy survive the catastrophe, but humankind has never been able to live for long periods upon the world's oceans. Even in current times, with advances in medicine and technology, this still holds true. The survivors must find a secure location, but first they must make safe the constructions of the past. Not only do they have the agent to contend with, but there exists a ticking time bomb. Without power, the cooling ponds of the nuclear plants will fail, breathing a cloud of poison across the skies.Emily finds herself surrounded and alone again. There were people who came to help the first time. Now she has to free herself from the city.Sergeant Brown faces yet another predicament. Does he have the energy to escape again? Will his luck finally run out?

The Ares Virus

Author: A. Bateman
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781508417767
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At a US research facility funded by the military and clandestine agencies a super-virus has been created as a first strike military weapon. During its conception the anti-virus has furthered the possibilities of medical research by decades. Such is its potential, treachery has struck from within. If the virus is released, then the anti-virus will be worth billions to the pharmaceutical industry. Isobel Bartlett worked on the project and knows its potential. After the suspicious death of her mentor, and upon hearing part of an audacious plan to make money from the project she flees the facility with the information needed to culture the viruses to seek help from a contact with the FBI. Up against rogue government forces, she is helped by Agent Rob Stone of the Secret Service who has been tasked by the president to investigate a disbanded assassination program after his investigation led him to the bio research facility. The two are hunted mercilessly by an assassin from Washington to the streets of New York. Only when the hunt reaches the wild forests of Vermont can ex-special forces soldier Stone take the fight to the enemy.

The Third Wave

Author: John O'Brien
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781546820000
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In 2003, the largest recorded solar flare collided with Earth. The sensors measuring the solar storm were destroyed at an X28 rating, but it was determined later to be an X45 class flare. A satellite monitoring solar activity picks up something far surpassing that classification and on a collision course. A solar storm, so strong that X classifications no longer apply, hits the CERN large hadron collider at the moment of particle collision, sending a quantum wave around the world. Souls are ripped from the over 7 billion people that are in its path, many immediately succumbing. Those remaining either feel nothing or are tormented by endless agony. Only a few escape its path. Sam and his teenage daughter Erin return to the surface to find a very different world from the one they left. Stranded, they must adapt quickly or become one of the creatures that now roam the earth. In the Middle East, a small team of soldiers may be the only ones left in a harsh environment overrun by creatures. With very few options and far from any refuge, they set out on a quest for help. Will the reapers hunt them down before they make it to the coast? Commander Lawrence resurfaces after a successful deep dive test of the Navy's new toy, only to find a transformed world. The floating derelicts of his escort vessels don't begin to show the horrors of what he'll find ashore.

The Body Hunters

Author: Sonia Shah
Publisher: New Press, The
ISBN: 1595588310
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Hailed by John le Carré as “an act of courage on the part of its author” and singled out for praise by the leading medical journals in the United States and the United Kingdom, The Body Hunters uncovers the real-life story behind le Carré’s acclaimed novel The Constant Gardener and the feature film based on it. "A trenchant exposé . . . meticulously researched and packed with documentary evidence" (Publishers Weekly), Sonia Shah’s riveting journalistic account shines a much-needed spotlight on a disturbing new global trend. Drawing on years of original research and reporting in Africa and Asia, Shah examines how the multinational pharmaceutical industry, in its quest to develop lucrative drugs, has begun exporting its clinical research trials to the developing world, where ethical oversight is minimal and desperate patients abound. As the New England Journal of Medicine notes, “it is critical that those engaged in drug development, clinical research and its oversight, research ethics, and policy know about these stories,” which tell of an impossible choice being faced by many of the world’s poorest patients—be experimented upon or die for lack of medicine.

Jews And Medicine

Author: Frank Heynick
Publisher: KTAV Publishing House, Inc.
ISBN: 9780881257731
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Jews have long been recognized by friend and foe as medical superstars. They have filled the ranks of physicians out of all proportion to their numbers. One might almost say that medicine has been the Jewish profession. This book tells the history of Jews in medicine as a flowing epic, from the (pre-) biblical era to the Nobel Prize winners of the twentieth century, from the Middle East through the countries of Europe, to the Orient and to America--always against the backdrop of the cultural, religious, political, and scientific developments of the times, It is a fascinating and valuable tale of scientific achievement.

Red Team

Author: John O'Brien
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781976482427
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Those monsters that kept you up at night as a child, the ones that made you pull the covers up to your chin while you stared into the dark corners and saw shadows move. Or pulled the blankets over your head and imagined creatures inching across your bedroom. Well, they're real. The Organization, as it's called, is tasked with keeping the nightmares of myth and legend from invading the public eye. The group must be kept a secret along with the fact that the creatures exist. As civilization expands its boundaries, that undertaking becomes more difficult. A very few are selected to stand on the lines between humankind and the horrors lurking in the dark recesses of the world. Follow Jack Walker and Red Team as they're pulled into the shadows to combat creatures that once kept them awake at night.

Viral Dawn

Author: Ann Logsdon
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781479314843
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An explosion at the army depot unleashes a deadly cloud carrying a genetically engineered virus that turns people into flesh-eating zombies. Eighteen year old Casey Williams is determined to lead her friends to safety only to find out she's led them into even greater danger. She fights the living and the undead in her quest to survive.