Moonshot: Inside Pfizer's Nine-Month Race to Make the Impossible Possible
  • Moonshot: Inside Pfizer's Nine-Month Race to Make the Impossible Possible
  • Moonshot: Inside Pfizer's Nine-Month Race to Make the Impossible Possible
  • Moonshot: Inside Pfizer's Nine-Month Race to Make the Impossible Possible
  • Moonshot: Inside Pfizer's Nine-Month Race to Make the Impossible Possible
ISBN: 0063210797
EAN13: 9780063210790
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 8, 2022
Pages: 320
Format: Hardcover

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   This story is a killer page turning thriller
The book was originally written as a non-fiction. This story was not about space exploration at all, Raymond said. If it were about a moon colony, the reader could be surprised to learn at the end that the narrator was responsible for many of the intrepid explorers' deaths. It's a classic megalomaniac villain trope. However, they went in a completely different direction by going into a sleep aide role without even listing the dangerous side effects.
 
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   Behind the scenes peak
He couldn't put it down. The innovation on every step of the vaccine development was nothing less than amazing, Dr. Goin added. From research, to clinical trials, to manufacturing, clinical readouts, submission and finally logistics, Mr. Daschle thanked God for the pharmaceutical industry. It has a good chance of winning the Nobel Prize in medicine.
 
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   PROPAGANDA AND LIES
The book reveals the true story of the greatest failure in medicine. The vaccine is supposed to kill the disease. This failed vaccine which was really an experimental gene cell therapy failed to do so and caused millions to believe they were immune from the virus after being shot up, leading to their exposure to the virus and eventual death in many cases.
 
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   Amazing Achievement that Saved the Planet and our Economies
I was fascinated to learn of the many challenges that had to be addressed and decided on in such a short period of time, he said. It demonstrated the power of courageous leadership and scientists who demonstrated the intelligence, innovation and commitment to serve the world's needs before those of the shareholders, it said. Had it not succeeded, it would have had a large negative impact on Pfizer's stock and reputation. Dr. Bourla and the many Pfizer employees who at every step of the way, challenged themselves to make the impossible possible. Every country owes them a debt of gratitude for how they have approached this as a global problem and not an American one, and lived up to their commitments despite political pressure from the arrogant Mr. Kushner, they said.
 
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   Talk about an example of self aggrandizement
3 jabs are not enough _ just saw it on the new minutes ago, said Dr. Albert Bourla, the doctor who led the team that developed the jab and is now too young and healthy to need it. Commenting on the case, Mrs Clinton said: "Many people think that self-aggrandizement is a virtue."
 
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   Not what I most wanted to know
Dr. Bourla is a personable and highly effective CEO, and his book contributes to a Pfizer understanding of how he has managed the company. What I was looking for was a better understanding of how the mRNA vaccines by Pfizer and Moderna differed, Raymond said. He also wanted to clarify how stem cells were used, and this was not fully explained in the book.
 
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   How many deaths can one jab cause?
New research from Pfizer reveals that for every 35 participants in the clinical trial, one died. You have all been lied to, Mr. Shelby said.
 
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   Inspiring tale about science, leader ship, business, and humanity
What a wonderful peek behind the curtain of how the Pfizer Covid vaccine came to save millions of lives, says Howard Levine, Pfizer's executive vice president. If you think about it, Robbins said, "it's an inspiring story that everyone, but particularly skeptics of the industry, should read."
 
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