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April 19, 2010
Thomas P.M. Barnett of World Politics Review wrote a nice article about the book titled:
The New Rules: Life, Death and the 20th Century
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These remarkable stories of human achievement on a truly grand scale are told with great sensitivity, yet fine precision. These are the gritty details behind some of the greatest medical advances in human history. Woodward's story goes deep, showing us the personal lives of the players involved and where they were when the eureka moment came, then follows each researcher's idea through to its full objective impact. The hard core measure of human lives saved is the final irrevocable statement of what can be accomplished in a human being's lifetime.

-Jeff Wicker, MD

This engaging book is a fascinating read chronicling the genesis of scientific curiosity, the travails and myriad failures, and, ultimately, the triumphs of those researchers responsible for promoting the advancement and survival of mankind.   It should promote bountiful discussion and would be an excellent library addition for students of science of all ages who seek to understand the price and impact of scientific progress.

-Susan R. Campbell, Ph.D. Chair, Chemistry Department, Georgetown College