The feedback that has come in as a result of my article is immensely interesting, and I recommend it to anyone who is planning a trip to Africa or some other destination where malaria is a concern. It has all been uploaded to the home page of our web site, www.huntingreport.com, under the title, "Understanding Anti-Malarials: A Reader Forum." Alternately, we can copy all this and fax or mail it to you for a handling fee of $10. Call 800-272-5656 to order.
The feedback is difficult to summarize, but here are some of the highlights. Just be aware, as you read this summary and the entire forum on our web site, that we are not doctors here at The Hunting Report and nothing we say should be taken as prescriptive. Only your doctor can tell you what to do, or not to do, about malaria: First major observation: I am not the only hunter in history who has had a bad reaction to Larium. In fact, a clear majority of the Hunting Report subscribers who have taken Larium and who took the time to write have had bad reactions to Larium. They range from the wife of one subscriber seeing eyes glow at her in the dark... to chronic insomnia... to psoriasis... to panic attacks. Here is an edited version of one particularly noteworthy Larium reaction:
"The side effects started as I was boarding the plane in Amsterdam to fly to Arusha, Tanzania. As soon as I stepped........(continued)