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Television News Coverage of the UK Parliamentary Inquiry Report on Lariam in the Military

The British Parliament’s Defence Select Committee published its report, “An acceptable risk? The use of Lariam for military personnel” on Tuesday 24 May 2016. Here are several of the television news stories that followed the publication of this report. Advertisements

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Mefloquine, side-effect of

Originally posted on Things I have learned…:
This problem has been around awhile so I’m not sure why some Canadians are still taking this drug to prevent malaria. Surely better, less toxic, solutions have been developed. Click here to learn…

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Former Health Canada Official: “It’s High Time We Stopped Pretending Mefloquine Was Used Safely”

The federal government should recognize the anti-malaria drug mefloquine was not used safely in a trial during the fateful Somalia mission and address veteran concerns, a former top Health Canada bureaucrat says. The defence and health departments failed to do their … Continue reading

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GSK In Developing Countries: The Unethical GSK (Hepatitis E) Nepalese Army Trials

Originally posted on GSK : Licence To (K) ill (Documenting GSK And Seroxat):
GSK  has sometimes behaved extremely unethically in developing countries, therefore everything the Yemeni whistle-blower has told me about GSK’s practices in Yemen really comes as no surprise to…

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