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TheFilmOfTheBook was released in 1978, written and directed by Creator/MichaelCrichton. In the film, Susan is played by Genevieve Bujold and her character is changed from a medical student to a full M.D. The movie also stars Creator/MichaelDouglas as Susan's boyfriend Mark and features a score by Music/JerryGoldsmith.

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TheFilmOfTheBook was released in 1978, written and directed by Creator/MichaelCrichton. In the film, Susan is played by Genevieve Bujold Creator/GenevieveBujold and her character is changed from a medical student to a full M.D. The movie also stars Creator/MichaelDouglas as Susan's boyfriend Mark and features a score by Music/JerryGoldsmith.

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* BreedingSlave: The miniseries depicts some of the female victims of induced comas being used as surrogate mothers instead of (or prior to) becoming spare parts.


* BuriedInAPileOfCorpses: Susan manages to trap the hitman trying to kill her in the medical school's anatomy lab.

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* BuriedInAPileOfCorpses: Susan manages to trap first hides from the hitman trying to kill her in the medical school's anatomy lab.lab, then manages to trap him in there.

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* OutsideRide: Susan escapes the Jefferson Institute by clinging to the roof of an ambulance rushing the organs to the airport.

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* BuriedInAPileOfCorpses: Susan manages to trap the hitman trying to kill her in the medical school's anatomy lab.


* BreakInThreat[=/=]ShameIfSomethingHappened[=/=]TheVillainKnowsWhereYouLive: In the book, aside from breaking into Susan's apartment to threaten her, when he's finished, he shows her a picture of her younger brother, making it clear that he'll harm him if Susan doesn't stop investigating.

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* BreakInThreat[=/=]ShameIfSomethingHappened[=/=]TheVillainKnowsWhereYouLive: In the book, aside from breaking into Susan's apartment to threaten her, when he's the hitman is finished, he shows her a picture of her younger brother, making it clear that he'll harm him if Susan doesn't stop investigating.


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* RelationshipUpgrade: Susan and Mark merely begin dating in the book, but are an established, cohabiting couple in the movie.


1976 medical ConspiracyThriller novel by Robin Cook. In the novel, Susan Wheeler is a medical student working at the Boston Memorial Hospital. Young, healthy patients are coming in for routine operations and leaving in permanent comas. Susan investigates, eventually unearthing an OrganTheft conspiracy.

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1976 medical ConspiracyThriller novel by Robin Cook. In the novel, Susan Wheeler is a medical student working at the Boston Memorial Hospital. Young, healthy patients are coming in for routine operations and leaving in permanent comas. Susan investigates, eventually unearthing an OrganTheft conspiracy.


TheFilmOfTheBook was released in 1978, written and directed by Creator/MichaelCrichton. In the film, Susan is played by Genevieve Bujold and her character is changed from a medical student to a full M.D. The movie also stars MichaelDouglas as Susan's boyfriend Mark and features a score by JerryGoldsmith.

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TheFilmOfTheBook was released in 1978, written and directed by Creator/MichaelCrichton. In the film, Susan is played by Genevieve Bujold and her character is changed from a medical student to a full M.D. The movie also stars MichaelDouglas Creator/MichaelDouglas as Susan's boyfriend Mark and features a score by JerryGoldsmith.
Music/JerryGoldsmith.


Not to be confused with the Iranian film ''Film/{{Coma}}''.

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Not to be confused with the Iranian film ''Film/{{Coma}}''.''Film/{{Komaa}}''.


Not to be confused with the Iranian film ''Film/{{Coma (Iranian Movie)}}''.

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Not to be confused with the Iranian film ''Film/{{Coma (Iranian Movie)}}''.''Film/{{Coma}}''.


Not to be confused with the Iranian film ''Film/{{Coma}}''.

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Not to be confused with the Iranian film ''Film/{{Coma}}''.''Film/{{Coma (Iranian Movie)}}''.


Not to be confused with the Iranian film Film/Coma.

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Not to be confused with the Iranian film Film/Coma.''Film/{{Coma}}''.


Not to be confused with the Iranian film

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Not to be confused with the Iranian film Film/Coma.

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Not to be confused with the Iranian film

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