PUBLISHERS WEEKLY REVIEW OF ‘BLOOD ON THEIR HANDS’: Eric Weinberg and Donna Shaw praised for making a “powerful and important case” against corporate greed and clinical negligence

Publishers WeeklyBlood on Their Hands cover image praises the unique insight that Eric Weinberg and Donna Shaw bring into this fraught moment in U.S. medical history in this early review of Blood on Their Hands: How Greedy Companies, Inept Bureaucracy, and Bad Science Killed Thousands of Hemophiliacs.

From the review:

This insider account from Weinberg, an attorney and visiting lecturer at Rutgers, and Shaw, associate professor of journalism at the College of New Jersey, chronicles the legal battle fought on behalf of hemophiliacs against a pharmaceutical industry that failed to protect them from the potential for contracting hepatitis and AIDS through their blood-clotting medicines… Weinberg, a member of the legal team behind a 1994 class action negligence lawsuit, lends astounding detail to the suffering of unwitting patients… The authors make a powerful and important case by unveiling the suffering that devastated families know “could have been entirely prevented.”

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