U.S. Military Finally Looks Into Disaster Malaria Drug

After months of questions from veterans groups and members of Congress, the Pentagon announced last week it would finally set up a panel of experts to review an anti-malaria pill dispensed weekly to troops in Iraq. The drug, Lariam, was developed by the U.S. Army in the 1970s and approved for use in the United States in 1989. I first posted the concerns about Lariam in 2002. The military will want to use this panel to disprove the tons of scientific evidence that Lariam is fraught with...

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