A campaign to educate all world travelers about Mefloquine neurotoxicity.

Our MISSION is to provide information to, and encourage the formal establishment of basic health care provisions for, individuals injured by mefloquine.

 

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Need to Know: Antimalarial Drugs

Need to Know: Antimalarial Drugs

Antimalarials can have serious side effects & interactions with other meds. Malaria is serious, too, so you should discuss travel plans with a specialist. Originally published 10 October 2017. Overview Antimalarial drugs drugs are associated with severe and...

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Antimalarial Drug May Be Effective Against PML

Antimalarial Drug May Be Effective Against PML

Coverage from the XXIII World Congress of Neurology (WCN) Originally published 26 September 2017 KYOTO, Japan — The antimalarial drug mefloquine may prove to be an effective treatment for progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML) in patients not infected with...

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Cathay Wagantall speaks to veterans

Cathay Wagantall speaks to veterans

Originally published August 10, 2017 in Yorkton This Week Cathay Wagantall, MP for the Yorkton-Melville riding, is meeting with veterans across the country this summer to discuss possible solutions to their problems. Wagantall will be conducting a two-day...

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A Series of Adverse Events (Film – 82 minutes)

A Series of Adverse Events (Film – 82 minutes)

Developed by the US Army after Vietnam to combat malaria in troops, Mefloquine became available to the public in the 90s. However in the following decades it became most well known for reports of its serious psychiatric side effects. Questions about why it has been so widely and easily dispensed have been raised for some time

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Video message from MefTox Vet (video)

Video message from MefTox Vet (video)

The following video message from MefTox Vet comes with a direct request to those who have the power to change legislation around and management of distribution of Mefloquine.   Dear Goverment/ Big Pharma cover ups, Poisioning your Troops with Lariam,...

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