Stuart McCarthy

Stuart McCarthy is a medically retired Australian Army officer whose 28-year military career included deployments to Afghanistan, Iraq, Africa, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. In 1999 he was subjected to one of the notorious Army Malaria Institute clinical trials of tafenoquine. Some of his work on the safety and efficacy of the quinoline antimalarials has been published in leading medical-scientific journals including the New England Journal of Medicine.

Stuart McCarthy is a medically retired Australian Army officer whose 28-year military career included deployments to Afghanistan, Iraq, Africa, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. In 1999 he was subjected to one of the notorious Army Malaria Institute clinical trials of tafenoquine. Some of his work on the safety and efficacy of the quinoline antimalarials has been published in leading medical-scientific journals including the New England Journal of Medicine.


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