Not Safe as Prescribed

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Jeremy Spencer was 23 and graduated with a degree in Industrial Engineering in 1993. Within two years he unknowingly was in charge of producing a new miracle pain killer as powerful as heroin. The book follows his twelve year career with the most diabolical pharmaceutical company in history.

Love, loss, deceit, lies, political corruption and murder are intertwined within Jeremy’s twelve years. Not Safe As Prescribed combines a love story with revealing the time line that led to the pharmaceutical masterminds who created the biggest medical hoax since the legal introduction of heroin in 1898.

More Information
  • Customer reviews on Amazon.
  • Interview with the Author of the Pharma Thriller Not Safe As Prescribed, oped, 4/3/2017.
  • The Truth About the Opioid Crisis, newsblaze, April 6, 2017.

Author: DES Daughter

Activist, blogger and social media addict committed to shedding light on a global health scandal and dedicated to raise DES awareness.

2 thoughts on “Not Safe as Prescribed”

  1. A book I must read. I come from a family of nurses. We were dutifully drugged – from DES to direct radiation of my adenoid beds to inappropriately high doses of inappropriately strong asthma drugs to…to…to. I am the baby boomer black sheep who is not falling into the trap. I work to follow nutrition science and eat fresh or dried plants. I decided that if my grandfather worked every day to support his family while suffering so much pain from Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome that it is the dominant memory of his children and had virtually no pain meds in the 1920-50 era, I was going to do everything I could to follow in his footsteps. I take something for pain perhaps 2-5 days in a month! Hooray! Even my kids think I am nuts, but it is worth it!

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