Despite being a doctor of considerable experience in my specialist field of tropical medicine I was refused Proguanil (a non-prescription antimalarial). Travel Pharm uses an advisory site that has a disclaimer that says it does not have professional back-up yet overruled my request on the strength of this. When I visited the country in question I double checked the advice and found it quite wrong as I had said in the first place, based on WHO advice which is much more reliable.
In my assessment Travel Pharm was completely unprofessional in not supplying the medicine and is in danger of giving the wrong advice to travellers.
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