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Articles published in J Travel Med

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    March 2017
  1. ROUSSEL C, Caumes E, Thellier M, Ndour PA, et al
    Artesunate to treat severe malaria in travellers: review of efficacy and safety and practical implications.
    J Travel Med. 2017;24.
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    June 2016
  2. FRANCIS BC, Gonzalo X, Duggineni S, Thomas JM, et al
    Epidemiology and clinical features of imported malaria in East London.
    J Travel Med. 2016;23.
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  3. SHANKS D
    The conundrum of malaria chemoprophylaxis.
    J Travel Med. 2016;23.
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  4. LACHISH T, Bar-Meir M, Eisenberg N, Schwartz E, et al
    Effectiveness of twice a week prophylaxis with atovaquone-proguanil (Malarone(R)) in long-term travellers to West Africa.
    J Travel Med. 2016;23.
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    May 2016
  5. FLAHERTY GT, Walden LM, Townend M
    Travel medicine physician adherence to guidelines for the emergency self treatment of malaria.
    J Travel Med. 2016;23.
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  6. LALANI T, Yun H, Tribble D, Ganesan A, et al
    A comparison of compliance rates with anti-vectorial protective measures during travel to regions with dengue or chikungunya activity, and regions endemic for Plasmodium falciparum malaria.
    J Travel Med. 2016;23.
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  7. LAGARCE L, Lerolle N, Asfar P, Le Govic Y, et al
    A non-pharmaceutical form of Artemisia annua is not effective in preventing Plasmodium falciparum malaria.
    J Travel Med. 2016;23.
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    March 2016
  8. ALLEN JE, Patel D
    Enquiries to the United Kingdom National Travel Advice Line by healthcare professionals regarding immunocompromised travellers.
    J Travel Med. 2016;23.
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  9. KOBAYASHI T, Hayakawa K, Kato Y
    A 41-year-old man with fever and dark-coloured urine.
    J Travel Med. 2016;23.
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    February 2016
  10. TERRELL AG, Forde ME, Firth R, Ross DA, et al
    Response: Malaria chemoprophylaxis and self-reported impact on ability to work.
    J Travel Med. 2016;23.
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  11. NEVIN RL
    Bias in military studies of mefloquine.
    J Travel Med. 2016;23:tav028.
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    January 2016
  12. HADITSCH M
    Malaria prevention-keep it simple and logical.
    J Travel Med. 2016;23.
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  13. FLAHERTY G, Md Nor MN
    Travel itinerary uncertainty and the pre-travel consultation--a pilot study.
    J Travel Med. 2016;23.
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    October 2015
  14. JOHANSSON ARHEM KM, Gysin N, Nielsen HV, Surya A, et al
    Low and Declining Risk for Malaria in Visitors to Indonesia: A Review of Local Indonesian and European Travelers' Data and a Suggestion for New Prophylactic Guidelines.
    J Travel Med. 2015 Oct 13. doi: 10.1111/jtm.12233.
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  15. TERRELL AG, Forde ME, Firth R, Ross DA, et al
    Malaria Chemoprophylaxis and Self-Reported Impact on Ability to Work: Mefloquine Versus Doxycycline.
    J Travel Med. 2015 Oct 1. doi: 10.1111/jtm.12232.
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    September 2015
  16. WEITZEL T, Labarca J, Cortes CP, Rosas R, et al
    Cluster of Imported Vivax Malaria in Travelers Returning From Peru.
    J Travel Med. 2015 Sep 10. doi: 10.1111/jtm.12234.
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    January 2015
  17. MIKATI T, Griffin K, Lane D, Matasar M, et al
    International travel patterns and travel risks for stem cell transplant recipients.
    J Travel Med. 2015;22:39-47.
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