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Kathleen Sharp Speaks About Pharma-Fraud and Her New Book Blood Feud


New York Times contributor, area resident, and author of the new book Blood Feud — about pharma-fraud and the cut-throat rivalry between Thousand Oaks company Amgen and giant Johnson & Johnson — Kathleen Sharp will speak about how she discovered the story, what it took to write it, and how we can prevent waste and fraud within America’s health-care system. S.B. Health Care for All hosts this free event at S.B. Central Library’s Faulkner Gallery (40 E. Anapamu St.) this Tuesday, February 21, from 7-9 p.m. Call 682-5183.

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