Saving lives–too busy to blog

It’s nice when the biotech industry comes knocking at my door and asks for my help saving people’s lives. I have been acting as an expert consultant to a new biotech company and we are under a deadline to get a clinical trial proposal to the FDA for testing a new anemia remedy.

Considering my father suffered from anemia in the years before he died, I am particularly happy to lend my skills in the battle to create a new drug to fight the disease.

This does, however, put my fiction writing on hold. My next book, Blood on the Moon, will suffer about a month’s delay.

Meanwhile, I wrote ’round-the-clock, literally, yesterday on our Investigational New Drug application. This is its own kind of medical thriller.

Bye for now. Gotta go get with it again.

About Tom Hopp

Thomas P Hopp is a scientist and author living in Seattle. He writes medical thrillers, natural disaster novels, and the Dinosaur Wars science fiction series.
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