Monthly Archives: May 2018

Choice takes campaign to disallow the Permissible Indications Determination to Canberra

Katinka Day, Choice¬†Campaigns and Policy Team Lead, delivers mock-ups of shonky products allowed by the TGA’s permissible indications determination to Senators, see: https://campaigns.choice.com.au/tga-fact-over-fiction/ https://ajp.com.au/news/choice-calls-out-supplement-claims/ http://www.medreach.com.au/?p=2594 by

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Campaign to disallow the Therapeutic Goods (Permissible Indications) Determination No.1 of 2018

The Therapeutic Goods (Permissible Indications) Determination No.1 of 2018 is currently on the Senate Disallowable Instruments List¬†until 25 June 2018. Friends of Science in Medicine (FSM) have joined Choice (the Australian Consumers’ Association) and other civil society organisations to petition … Continue reading

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TGA Consultation: Complaint handling and monitoring

Yet another TGA consultation; this one closing on 4 June 2018 for a new regulatory system that is meant to start on 1 July 2018! For the last one on the draft new Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code, see my comments … Continue reading

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