Edwardo Ramerez, a.k.a. S/A Ed Marcinko, played many tough roles during his three-decade long professional law enforcement career in both state and Federal agencies, and the military police. From a grunt agent in Baltimore City Maryland, to an Interpol operative and interdiction enforcer in the jungles of South America, and back to an oxymoronic position Naval Intelligence. When it comes to drug enforcement, Ed has seen and done it all, by working barely within the law, but effectively just below the radar screen. Now, as an experienced and covert operative, he exposes both the good and bad about the nations’ war on drugs. And, these stories are told from the only perspective of import, that of a DEA street warrior. Don’t Expect Anything (DEA) else, for this is the only position that will win or loose the war, capture or free its soldiers and victims, and allow its agents their only real chance of personal survival, and ultimate success! Ed Marcinko, a decorated and court-qualified expert witness in drug trafficking, worked the streets in anonymity, writes of his experiences in seclusion, and is so rabidly fanatical about his crusade against drugs, that he is known by his comrades as the DEA ROGUE WARRIOR.

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Health 2.0 Empowers Patients & Collaboration Just as Politics Worries Doctors! 


Are independent medical practices an endangered species?

 Writing for Time – journalist Bonnie Rochman divulged the ramifications of patients sharing information and tips online, an “empowerment movement” she calls “Patient 2.0.” And, in an investigative report, she profiled the newly created Society for Participatory Medicine, which “encourages patients to learn as much as they can about their condition to help doctors support them on their data-intensive quest”.

Moreover, the NEJM recently said that 50% of physicians will leave medicine within five years because of ObamaCare [Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act].


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