Find It, File It, Flog It

Find It, File It, Flog It : Pharma's Crippling Addiction and How to Cure It

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There are numerous books on the market that skewer Big Pharma, but they really only scratch the surface of a deep-seated affliction.

Find It, File It, Flog It: Big Pharma's Crippling Addiction and How to Cure It examines an industry model that has not changed since the 1950s and offers practicable solutions for transforming it.

Author and supply chain management consultant Hedley G. Rees has firsthand experience with the industry. In an engaging style that speaks to a wide audience, he explains how pharmaceutical companies are addicted to the big profits that come from rushing drugs through the regulatory pipeline, aggressively marketing them-and gambling with people's lives.

It doesn't have to be this way. Providing facts, personal opinions, and the voices of expert witnesses for a broader perspective, Find It, File It, Flog It seeks to put patients-the ultimate beneficiaries of modern medicine-back in control of their destinies.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 168 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 10mm | 254g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1514261219
  • 9781514261217

About Hedley G Rees

Hedley G. Rees holds a degree in production engineering from the University of Wales and an executive MBA from the Cranfield University School of Management. After working as an industrial engineer, Rees held senior positions at Bayer UK, British Biotech, Vernalis, Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics, and OSI Pharmaceuticals before becoming the managing consultant at PharmaFlow Limited, a UK-based consultancy specializing in operations and supply chain management in the life science sector. A zealous advocate of regulatory modernization frameworks, Rees served as cochair of the annual FDA/Xavier University-sponsored PharmaLink Conference in Cincinnati from 2010 to 2013. He regularly speaks at international conferences and hosts podcasts and webinars.
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