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Have you read 'THE OXFORD VIRUS' by Adam Kolczynski?

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Jana Inglis says:

Dr. Olembé of Lorenex Biotherapeutics believes he has the cure for cancer - albeit in its infancy. He finds himself on the brink of his first human trial. Things do not go to plan, reawakening old enmities between conventional medicine and vanguard therapy...


'The Oxford Virus is at once heartfelt and topical as medical minds continue to do pioneering research into cures for cancer. Adam Kolczynski has a really unique voice and is certainly a writer to watch' - EALING TIMES

'Unlike many books of this genre, The Oxford Virus is refreshingly well-written, with a clever and sometimes unorthodox use of the English language, with a subtle approach to background research...and with an unexpectedly mature assessment of his larger-than-life international characters' - RUSSIAN LONDON COURIER

'The Oxford Virus is an intriguing blend of speculative fiction and murder mystery with an international cast of characters. A confident writing style ensures reader interest is held until the final revelations' - JOHN CURRAN, author of Agatha Christie's Secret Notebooks

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