Stronger warnings about mefloquine will mean more questions about what meds to use to prevent malaria

Stronger warnings about mefloquine will mean more questions about what meds to use to prevent malaria.

You'll see new warnings about neurologic effects...dizziness, loss of balance, and tinnitus...which can become permanent.

This is in addition to mefloquine's psychiatric effects...anxiety, paranoia, hallucinations, or depression.

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