Get Involved

Video blog by Jessica Lynne:

 

 

“We owe it this generation of veterans to recognize the neurological and psychiatric effects of mefloquine neurotoxicity alongside PTSD and TBI for what they are: the third signature injury of modern war.”   Dr Remington Nevin, Mefloquine: The Military’s Suicide Pill, 25 November 2013.

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  • Public advocacy, human rights law and medical law.
  • Health professions, including diagnostics, medical care, nursing and rehabilitation of patients with brain injuries.
  • Social work involving veterans and their families.
  • Research in the neurosciences, medical ethics and social sciences involving veterans and their families.

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5 Responses to Get Involved

  1. Vivienne Moyle says:

    Happy to assist any serving or ex-serving ADF member in the Lake Mac NSW area who has taken mefloquine in their physical and mental healthcare access.

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  2. Thanks Vivienne. How do people contact you?

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  3. Anthony Peacock says:

    Is there a possible class action due to the mefloquine drugs being given to troops

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    • Hi Anthony. several law firms are pursuing legal action in different countries. Which country are you in?

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      • Robert Stygall says:

        I am in Canada. My name is Robbie. I was in Somalia in 92-93 with the Canadian Airborne Reg’t, in Belet Uen I have many issues from the use of mefloquin now. I was wondering what was wrong. I have been diagnosed with PTSD, SLEEP APNEA, AXIETY AND PANIC ATTACKS. I too am wondering if there is any legal action taking place in Canada?

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