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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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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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PTSD FORUM with Dr. Dee Rajska


PTSD FORUM Dr. Dee Rajska is back to continue with her contributions to this forum about PTSD. Please remember that, for the benefit of everyone, we need to keep comments or questions focused on the post itself. Thanks. BONNIE      … Continue reading

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New Series: A Veteran’s Point of View on PTSD or OSI


In this new series, Veteran Robert Simpson represents all military people who are suffering/coping with post-traumatic stress disorder or the more modern term operational stress injury. His intent is to help you face it and understand that there is government … Continue reading

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You Tube presentation of media interview shows how anti-malaria drug damages the brain.


I would like to remind veterans that when Mike, Jeff or I ask for veteran volunteers to speak to the media, it is because we are looking for the truest and broadest information to be presented. Below is a comment … Continue reading

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Chairman of Veteran’s Review and Appeal Board Hides from Controversy?


A follow-up piece by Murray Scott on VRAB’s treatment of vets and colleages on their own Board. BONNIE By Murray Scott One has to wonder where Chairman Larlee of the Veteran’s Review and Appeal Board (VRAB) and his Henchman are hiding out. Has he … Continue reading

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A Canadian Military Wife’s Tribute To Her Combat-Soldier Husband


Recently I have befriended a military wife who shared a video she created while her husband served in Afghanistan.  She has already turned down offers to commercialize it. She said, “I did it when I had the feelings. I cannot … Continue reading

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VOICE of REASON speaks to veterans to keep them focused on unity


We’ve enjoyed some lively discussions lately amongst our veterans, and all points are valid. But whenever the talk about veterans arguing amongst themselves surfaces, I refer to Sean Bruyea’s message. I am repeating it here because it needs to be remembered. I … Continue reading

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Canadian Veterans’ protest growing with more gov’t.-broken promises–add your voice to their voice–one standard of care for all wounded–join their rally in Ottawa


Once again, our government has failed to deliver on its rhetoric and we must call on all Canadians, wherever you live, to stand beside the men and women who have served our country on our behalf. Michael L Blais CD, Founder-President, Canadian … Continue reading

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