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Mefloquine to prevent malaria. Withdrawal rates are misleading measure of tolerability.
BMJ. 1998 Jun 27; 316(7149):1980-1; author reply 1981.BMJ

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eng

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9687187

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Erny, S, and H Maradit. "Mefloquine to Prevent Malaria. Withdrawal Rates Are Misleading Measure of Tolerability." BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.), vol. 316, no. 7149, 1998, pp. 1980-1; author reply 1981.
Erny S, Maradit H. Mefloquine to prevent malaria. Withdrawal rates are misleading measure of tolerability. BMJ. 1998;316(7149):1980-1; author reply 1981.
Erny, S., & Maradit, H. (1998). Mefloquine to prevent malaria. Withdrawal rates are misleading measure of tolerability. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.), 316(7149), 1980-1; author reply 1981.
Erny S, Maradit H. Mefloquine to Prevent Malaria. Withdrawal Rates Are Misleading Measure of Tolerability. BMJ. 1998 Jun 27;316(7149):1980-1; author reply 1981. PubMed PMID: 9687187.
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