Review of 1998-2014 ADHREC Annual Reports Relating to Trials of Antimalarial Drugs and Vaccines for Tropical Diseases

This is a review paper by Dr Jane Quinn from Charles Sturt University  on the 1998-2014 (inclusive) Australian Defence Human Research Ethics Committee (ADHREC) annual reports relating to trials of antimalarial drugs and vaccines for tropical diseases. The paper provides an excellent summary of which drugs and vaccines were trialled by the Australian Defence Force, when they were trialled and the relevant ADHREC reference number.

For people whose health may have been adversely affected by participating in any of these clinical trials, please see this information from the Department of Defence on how to obtain the various medical records.

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2 Responses to Review of 1998-2014 ADHREC Annual Reports Relating to Trials of Antimalarial Drugs and Vaccines for Tropical Diseases

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