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The antimalarial treatment mefloquine (Lariam) should be considered a “drug of last resort” when used by UK military personnel because of its potential to cause severe psychological side effects, according to an influential committee of MPs

The inquiry report says that Lariam is not compatible with the duties required of military personnel on operations because of its potentially dangerous side effects

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