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International Co-operation Exposing Disabling Toxic Effects of Anti-Malarial Mefloquine (Lariam) Drug


Missing 2004 IL10-2004-007 Recovered — Details Long-Term Health Effects from Malarial Mefloquine Drug — Also Roche Report from Australia Lists Disabling Toxic Effects.  Ellen Duncan, wife of Maj. General Alastar Duncan in Britain, has sent me these documents but I … Continue reading

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Mefloquine is already the Military’s “Hidden Epidemic” — new report reveals stunning facts


As more and more people are growing alarmed, we’re also seeing increasing advocacy for those suffering long-term from the toxic effects of mefloquine or Lariam as the preferred anti-malaria drug used by our military for more than 25 years. What a … Continue reading

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WE CHALLENGE OUR GOVERNMENT’S POSITION ON MEFLQOUINE


Getting help for veterans and citizens suffering from the adverse effects of mefloquine or Lariam is the government’s responsibility to right the suffering its mandatory position has caused. Continue reading

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Dr. Remington Nevin has chapter on Mefloquine and PTSD published


We now have expert confirmation of the horrors so many are suffering from the after effects of the anti-malaria drug, mefloquine or Lariam. If you go to Dr. Nevin’s web site, you can download the chapter in pdf format. http://www.RemingtonNevin.com/site/publications.htmlContinue reading

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Harper Government can no longer deny the toxicity of the anti-malaria drug mefloquine (Lariam) mimick PTSD in the breakdown of serving forces’ and veterans’ mental health.


Dr. Remington Nevin has been working tirelessly to prove how the anti-malaria drug mefloquine (Lariam) has contributed to the mental breakdown of serving military members and veterans posted to areas where malaria is prevalent, in particular parts of Africa including … Continue reading

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U.S. Veterans describe resulting suffering from PERMANENT mefloquine brain damage


OK. I’m ticked! Canadian veterans will argue amongst themselves ad nauseum to prove they are right but, when advocates dedicate themselves to actually help them, they swing in the wind. I’m through with tact. I know there are many veterans out there suffering from the … Continue reading

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The anti-malaria drug Lariam or mefloquine still a monster no one wants to acknowledge.


Today Major (Dr.) Remington Nevin retires from the U.S. Army. Apart from our incredible thanks for his persevering study of the effects of the anti-malaria drug Lariam or mefloquine on U.S. military, we are losing an advocate who is the chief … Continue reading

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Lariam, drug possibly linked to Afghan Massacre, comes under attack by U.S. Veterans Group


This article by Nina Shapiro appeared in today’s Seattle Weekly magazine. Lariam is the name for the generic drug mefloquine. Bonnie By Nina Shapiro Thu., Apr. 5 2012 at 7:00 AM   When the possible connection between the anti-malarial drug Lariam … Continue reading

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Why are our Canadian and American military continuing to issue dangerous anti-malaria drug to troops?


U.S. media is hammering at the unnecessary risks our troops handle in combat by dispensing the proven neurotoxic anti-malaria drug Lariam (or mefloquine) on deployment. It takes a gruesome massacre in Afghanistan to wake authorities and the media up to realize what … Continue reading

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Did Lariam (Mefloquine) play a role in the Afghanistan massacre?


Now appearing on CNN, an interview with HuffPost contributor Mark Benjamin who discusses the anti-malaria drug Lariam, or Mefloquine, and its possible connection to the Afghanistan massacre. The HuffPost article is reposted below the CNN interview. BONNIE Robert Bales Charged: Military … Continue reading

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