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TGA provides complementary medicine industry with “Get Out of Jail Free card”

The TGA have recently given approval (under section 42DF of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989) for a restricted advertising representation by The Tomato Pill Company for Ateronon XY Pro: “Saw Palmetto is traditionally used in herbal medicine to help relieve the … Continue reading

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TGA Consultation Submissions: Regulatory reform of complementary medicines and advertising

The regulatory framework for advertising therapeutic goods Reforms to the regulatory framework for complementary medicines – assessment pathways Options for the future regulation of “low-risk” products Draft List of Permitted Indications Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code See also: Australian patients vulnerable … Continue reading

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TGA has lost trust on CMS: Harvey

“a market flooded with shonky products and unethical claims” Open debate needed for TGA to regain trust   TGA has lost trust on CMs: Harvey by

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Bizarre advertising approval by TGA

The TGA can only grant advertising approval for a restricted representation if the representation is accurate, balanced, not misleading and in the public interest. The TGA has now approved restricted representations for two probiotic products: Puremedic Pty Ltd (9 June 2016); … Continue reading

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TGA failure gives Nurofen consumers a headache

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Complementary Medicine Regulation Reform Suggestions

My submission to the TGA Working Group on Complementary Medicine Regulation Reform as a representative of:     Problem It is alleged that some sponsors are not aware of the regulatory issues concerning complementary medicines including the Therapeutic Goods Advertising … Continue reading

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