Fated Genes
  • Published:
    May-1998
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    Print / eBook
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    384
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How far will some people go in the name of science? Fated Genes is a gripping story that raises serious spiritual and ethical questions.

Brad Forrest is a young, overworked pediatric surgeon who risks losing everything--including his wife and young son--to obtain the career opportunity of his dreams. Web Tyson, founder and head of a prestigious pediatric surgery practice, may be the next Surgeon General of the United States--unless the truth comes out about what is happening to infants in Room 525 of the Crestview Women's and Children's Health Center. And Lenore Kingsley, wealthy president of a huge pharmaceutical company, is using her power to engage in human DNA splicing research and to make Web Tyson the next Surgeon General--for her own dark purposes. When these three personalities collide over a strange chain of events, none of them will be the same--and none of them may survive.

Real-life surgeon Harry Kraus weaves social issues like health care, euthanasia, and genetic research into this medical thriller.




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    • First Edition
    • May-1998
    • Crossway
    • Trade Paperback
    • ISBN: 0891078770
    • ISBN13: 9780891078777
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    • Aug-2008
    • Thomas Nelson
    • Trade Paperback
    • ISBN: 143350202X
    • ISBN13: 9781433502026
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    • Nov-2013
    • Original publisher: Crossway Books
    • eBook (Kindle)
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    • May-1998
    • Thorndike Press
    • Hardcover
    • ISBN: 0786213612
    • ISBN13: 9780786213610
    • Large Print

 


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