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Med Frenzy

Hidden corporate practices and lax governmental controls cause a large population to become afflicted with an unknown skin ailment that cause doctors to label patients psychotic, but a single woman, in her desperate struggle to find relief, discovers the true cause of the disease and an underlying conspiracy.

Hidden corporate practices and lax governmental controls cause a large population to become afflicted with a gruesome skin disease, but physicians find no ailment and think their patients are psychotic.

Kendra, a single lady, has her social life compromised when she encounters this disease that cannot be diagnosed. She experiences much evidence that parasites are her problem, but anti-parasite medications don’t work and a plethora of medical professionals deny her claim and send her away to find her own remedies.

While unable to get medical help, she endures several episodes of bugs biting her, crawling under her skin, showing up as a rash, and invading her home. She does her best to cover this up with all those she meets except for a confidant girlfriend who tries to advise her. She struggles with this affliction for years, finding her own means of relief, while tempering an anger towards the medical profession and those responsible for her suffering.

While going to several doctors and trying to live a normal life, a combination of drama, horror and comedy ensues. Kendra continues to meet single men, some of whom are connected with the medical profession. She meets a dentist, a podiatrist, and an exterminator, and some of their antics provide comedic relief for an otherwise serious problem.

In the world of a small Research Foundation, the Center for Disease Control and Big Pharma, the identified fibers of the ailment are thought to be man made, a genetically engineered species for a specific purpose. The cause of this disease is not being disclosed, there is conjecture of a cover-up, and the perpetrator is too big and protected to take on legally.

In her personal life, Kendra becomes tired of dealing with people in the medical field, but meets and falls in love with a businessman who turns out to be the head of a medical staff. Inwardly outraged, she gets an opportunity for retaliation when she is asked to speak at a national medical conference and unexpectedly verbally attacks the physicians in attendance for violating their responsibility to help people.

In her search for answers, she discovers the true cause of the disease and an underlying conspiracy. She now must decide who she can trust to investigate this highly political and protected matter.

Written by:
Format:
Screenplay
Starring Roles For:
Sarah Jessica Parker
Hugh Grant
Helen Hunt
In the Vein Of:
The post
Erin Brockovich
Beaches
Posted:
02/16/2007
Updated:
11/22/2020
Author Bio:
Pamela Green has been writing screenplays for many years, picking up an agent early on who marketed her first script until his passing in 2005. She worked with a script coach and later a literary agent to broaden her talents while taking numerous screenplay classes. She won her first screenplay contest as a semi-finalist in the American Gem Literary Festival and Write Brothers Contest in 2014, and after a few-year break from writing, won as quarter-finalist with Scriptapalooza in 2018.

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