What is Mepacrine?

Mepacrine (INN; also called quinacrine in the United States and Atabrine (trade name) is a drug with several medical applications. It is related to mefloquine.

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I have been diagnosed with sub-cutaneous lupus, possibly drug induced by Terbinifine, and have been prescribed Hydroxychloriquine which has had...

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What are the food and medications to be avoided by a baby with G6PDD?
Hi my baby is 3 months,we found out he has G6PDD,i have never heard of it...

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Avoid fava beans. Lactose formula is ok

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I have yellow in my eyes but it doesnt cover my whole eyeball. The yellow is only where my eye lids cover my eyes and the corners. What is it? also...

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your problem is quite mysterious, yellow discoloration of conjunctiva is known to occur in jaundice but you...

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