Discussing Dialysis and Whistleblowing with “How to Make a Killing” Author Tom Mueller

This week on Fraud in America, we travel up to New York to interview Tom Mueller, a best-selling author who just released a new book, How to Make a Killing, examining the dialysis duopoly.

In today’s interview, Tom discusses his books, whistleblowing, and the challenges in covering these topics.

More about Tom’s books here: 

How to Make a Killing: Blood, Death, and Dollars in American Medicine.

Crisis of Conscience: Whistleblowing in an Age of Fraud

Extra Virginity: The Sublime and Scandalous World of Olive Oil

          Watch our interview with Whistleblower Elin Kunz here.

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