Illness Hits Iraq Troops Some troops coming back from Iraq say larium -- a medication they were given to ward off malaria -- may be making them ill. Two studies have been ordered to study the drug's psychiatric side effects. NPR's Joseph Shapiro reports.
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Illness Troubles Troops Back from Iraq

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Illness Troubles Troops Back from Iraq

Illness Troubles Troops Back from Iraq

Illness Troubles Troops Back from Iraq

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Some troops coming back from Iraq say larium — a medication they were given to ward off malaria — may be making them ill. Two studies have been ordered to study the drug's psychiatric side effects. NPR's Joseph Shapiro reports.