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  • ISBN: 1324001488
  • ISBN: 9781324001485
  • Physical Description: xi, 412 pages ; 25 cm
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  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : W. W. Norton & Company, [2019]

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Summary, etc.: America is at the mercy of a puzzling pathogen. That ordinarily wouldn't lead to catastrophe, thanks to modern medicine, but the government supply of Dormigen, the silver bullet of pharmaceuticals, has been depleted just as demand begins to spike. Among those struggling to quell the crisis are a savvy but preoccupied president; a Speaker more interested in jockeying for a potential presidential bid; and our narrator, a low-level scientist with the National Institutes of Health who happens to be the world's leading expert in lurking viruses. Little goes according to plan during the three weeks necessary to replenish the Dormigen, and nations with their own supply soon offer aid-- but for a price. -- adapted from jacket
Subject: National Institute of Health (U.S.) Officials and employees Fiction
Epidemics Government policy United States Fiction
Health care rationing United States Fiction
Twenty-first century Forecasts Fiction
United States Politics and government 21st century Fiction
United States Foreign relations Fiction
National Institute of Health (U.S.)
Twenty-first century
Politics and government
Health care rationing
Employees
Diplomatic relations
United States
Genre: Political fiction.
Political fiction.
Fiction.
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