Mortality by Steven Ford

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In this all-too-possible novel of up-to-the-minute medical suspense, the author of The Protocol takes readers one step beyond the breakthroughs of Botox and cosmetic surgery...with a frightening glimpse into the future of life extension therapy.

Plastic surgeon Paul Tobin works for an exclusive clinic specializing in a revolutionary new therapy that not only halts the aging process, but actually reverses it.

It's a medical miracle. Until the patients start dying-one by one.

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Ford's next exciting medical thriller.
Published May 6, 2003 by Berkley. 448 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In the second medical thriller from Ford (The Protocol), cosmetic surgeon Paul Tobin joins an exclusive Florida clinic that claims to have invented a fountain of youth—a cocktail of anti-aging therapies that works wonders.

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