Health Update: Malaria safeguard
Tuesday 22 June 1993
A spokesman says that most cases of failure among anti-malarial drugs are caused by patients not taking them.
The new packs will be available from next month through British Airways travel clinics and are expected to cost pounds 8.
The Department of Health, in a new Travel Safe leaflet on how to avoid contracting HIV abroad, has advised travellers to refuse unnecessary medical or dental treatment that might be performed with unsterilised equipment. It also says travellers should carry condoms bearing the British Standard Kite mark.
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