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Lord Hunt of Kings Heath to ask Her Majesty's Government, in the light of their response to the report by the House of Commons Defence Select Committee, The use of Lariam for military personnel (4th Report, Session 2015–16), whether they have now ensured that “all anti-malaria drugs are only supplied after a face-to-face travel health risk assessment performed by an appropriately trained and regulated healthcare professional”; and if not, when they expect to achieve 100 per cent compliance with that target.  HL3217

Question HL3217: tabled on 14 November 2017 and due for answer by 28 November 2017

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To ask Her Majesty's Government in the light of their response to the report by the House of Commons Defence Select Committee, The use of Lariam for military personnel (4th Report, Session 2015–16), whether they have now ensured that “all anti-malaria drugs are only supplied after a face-to-face travel health risk assessment performed by an appropriately trained and regulated healthcare professional”; and if not, when they expect to achieve 100 per cent compliance with that target.
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