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Dr. Mary’s Monkey

How the Unsolved Mur­der of a Doc­tor, a Secret Lab­o­ra­tory in New Orleans and Cancer-Causing Mon­key Viruses are Linked to Lee Har­vey Oswald, the JFK Assas­si­na­tion and Emerg­ing Global Epidemics

by Edward T. Haslam
2006, Trine Day
ISBN 0977795306
275 pages.

Book Descrip­tion
The 1964 mur­der of a nation­ally known can­cer researcher sets the stage for this grip­ping exposé of med­ical pro­fes­sion­als enmeshed in covert gov­ern­ment oper­a­tions over the course of three decades. Fol­low­ing a trail of police records, FBI files, can­cer sta­tis­tics, and med­ical jour­nals, this reveal­ing book presents evi­dence of a web of med­ical secret-keeping that began with the han­dling of evi­dence in the JFK assas­si­na­tion and con­tin­ued apace, sweep­ing doc­tors into coverups of can­cer out­breaks, con­t­a­m­i­nated polio vac­cine, the arrival of the AIDS virus, and bio­log­i­cal weapon research using infected monkeys.

About the Author
Edward T. Haslam is a for­mer adver­tis­ing music direc­tor and writer, and author of Mary, Fer­rie, and the Mon­key Virus. He lives in Braden­ton, Florida. Jim Marr is the author of Alien Agenda, Cross­fire (which was con­sulted by Oliver Stone dur­ing the mak­ing of the movie JFK), and Rule by Secrecy. He is a mem­ber of the Soci­ety of Pro­fes­sional Jour­nal­ists and Inves­tiga­tive Reporters & Edi­tors and is a for­mer pres­i­dent of the Press Club of Fort Worth. He lives in Fort Worth, Texas.

THIS BOOK IS IN PRINT. Avail­able com­mer­cially. Learn more about Edward T. Haslam.


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