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Author Prud'homme, Alex.

Title The cell game : Sam Waksal's fast money and false promises--and the fate of ImClone's cancer drug / Alex Prud'homme.

Publication Info. New York : HarperBusiness, [2004]
©2004

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 West Hartford, Noah Webster Library - Non Fiction  338.7616 PRUD'HOMME    Check Shelf
Description xviii, 412 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The $2 billion antibody. Cancer cells are smart ; The idea of the new ; Family business ; The "miracle" -- Small and one armed ; A very high-risk opportunity ; The $2 billion antibody -- Refusal to file. The letter ; "We screwed up" -- Clinical trial. Inquiries ; The disconnect that wouldn't go away -- Who knew what and when? ; Coincidences piling up ; In the light of October -- The once and future miracle drug. Art, death, and taxes ; Icarian actions.
Subject Waksal, Samuel David.
ImClone Systems Incorporated -- History.
Businessmen -- United States -- Biography.
Antineoplastic agents industry -- Corrupt practices -- United States.
Monoclonal antibodies -- Research -- United States -- History.
Cancer -- Chemotherapy.
Drugs -- United States -- Testing.
Insider trading in securities -- United States.
Waksal, Samuel David.
ImClone Systems Incorporated.
Antineoplastic Agents -- economics -- United States.
Antibodies, Monoclonal -- economics -- United States.
Biotechnology -- economics -- United States.
Ethics, Business -- history -- United States.
ISBN 0060555564
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