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Stuart McCarthy & Marj Matchee – Prime Minister Trudeau Must Reopen the Somalia Inquiry

This is a speech prepared by Stuart McCarthy and delivered by Marj Matchee to the mefloquine rally at Parliament Hill, Ottawa, on the afternoon of September 19th, 2017. I am privileged to have been asked to share these words with … Continue reading

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Stuart McCarthy – Disband the Army Malaria Institute and Prohibit Drug Trials on Australian Troops

The anti-malarial drug trial scandal that has embroiled the Australian Defence Force for the last two years simply won’t go away, despite the government’s best efforts to whitewash the controversy with a flawed “military justice” inquiry. There are growing calls … Continue reading

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Australian Government Gives $10 million in “Foreign Aid” to Consortium Involved in the Development of a Neurotoxic Drug, While Refusing to Help Affected Veterans

  Since 2015 the Australian Army Malaria Institute (AMI) has been embroiled in a scandal over its testing of the neurotoxic anti-malarial drugs mefloquine and tafenoquine on military personnel deployed on peacekeeping operations in Bougainville and Timor Leste from 1999 to 2002. … Continue reading

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Seroxat Study 329 Opens The Pandora’s Box For All Bogus Anti-Depressant Studies…. — GSK : Licence To (K) ill (Documenting GSK And Seroxat)

http://www.madinamerica.com/2016/05/researchers-deconstruct-ghostwritten-industry-trial-for-antidepressant/ Interview: Researchers Deconstruct Ghostwritten Industry Trial for Antidepressant In The News May 14, 2016 Researchers, Jon Jureidini, Jay Amsterdam and Leemon McHenry, have taken a closer look at the data from a randomized control trial of citalopram (Celexa) that … Continue reading

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Professor Philip Morris – New Financial Transparency Arrangements Between Doctors and Drug Companies

In early 2015 the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission (ACCC) authorized a new Code of Conduct for Medicines Australia (representing the larger drug companies in Australia but not generic makers). This 18th Code Edition now includes making public all payments … Continue reading

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CDC Staff Accused Injured U.S. Veteran of “Malingering” in Response to Official Drug Regulator Safety Warning on Mefloquine

FDA Black Box Warning In 2013 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a “black box” warning regarding the safety of the anti-malarial drug mefloquine. This is the most serious warning issued by the FDA, which in this case … Continue reading

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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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Feature Story (2013) – Army’s Lariam Expert Funded by Drug Maker

A PROFESSOR who has advised the Department of Defence on its practice of prescribing the Lariam anti-malarial drug to Irish troops has previously received research funding from Roche, its manufacturer. Patricia Schlagenhauf, a pharmacist and editor of the Journal of … Continue reading

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Feature Story – Answers Sought Over Army’s Use of Malaria Drug Mefloquine (Sima Kotecha, BBC)

“How can it be that we have a situation where this loyalty and duty of care that should be delivered by the surgeon general and the defence chiefs is a complete deficit?”  Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Marriott MBE (retd) There are … Continue reading

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