The author spends a lot of time showing numbers to compare statistics and sometimes repeats himself a lot. It's good to have the numbers but when you're listening to the book, it's hard to have a good view of the numbers in your head. That makes this book hard to go through all the way to the end. But be patience and keep going because besides the repeating numbers, all chapters have something to add.
Yes, because it gave me a good idea on how the medical industry become what it is today and why we have so instinctive trust on medicine and drugs.
Gerhard Domagk was my favorite character, first because it's the main character, second because he his the kind of person that I admire: follow his dreams and ideollogies even under the pressure of war or possibly being killed by nazis.
No. I think it would be more like the type of movie I would watch in the History Channel or Discovery Channel.
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