The Cure

The Cure

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Author: Robert Stetson
Length: 242 page(s)
Written: Feb 2013
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Views: 4387

Category: Fiction & Literature » Science Fiction  |  Work: Novel
Keywords: medical, disease, action, excitement, danger, intrigue, adventure, mystery.

The Cure machine cures all disease, but not everyone wants it.

The Cure machine is the exact opposite of an MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imager). The inventor, Gill actually creates an MRE (Magnetic Resonance Exciter) that he calls “The Cure”.

Just as the imager detects the frequency of bacteria, the exciter bombards the bacteria destroys the source of the disease.

Governments are threatened by the increased cost of Social Security due to increased longevity. Medical interests are threatened economically because they lose the profit from treating the diseases.

Even the criminal underground becomes involved.

This is the story of the socioeconomic impact of The Cure.

This is how the inventor, Gill uses clever schemes to identify and overcome his opponents who are hell bent on killing him to stop The Cure machine from becoming a reality.

Travel from the mercenary attacks on his life, to his marriage, a wedding turned bizarre. This is the sometimes humorous, sometimes tragic step by step action packed story of how Gill turns the tables and creates a brave new world.


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Member since: Jan 2013
Publications on XinXii:  45

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