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Best-selling author Robin Cook, who graduated from Columbia University Medical School and did postgraduate medical training at Harvard University, has written more than 20 novels that focus on current medical issues. Many of his "medical thrillers" have been made into motion pictures. His recent books include "Shock" (Putnam, 2001), "Vector" (Putnam, 1999) and "Toxin" (Putnam, 1998). Cook lives in Boston and Florida.