AUST L requirements encourage ‘shonky products’

Dr Ken Harvey
Monash University’s Dr Ken Harvey has highlighted issues around the AUST L listing on complementary medicines, which consumers do not understand well, he says, as well as the process for handling complaints about medicines claims and advertising. Dr Harvey, with the University of South Australia’s Dr Agnes Vitry and the University of Sydney’s Dr Barbara

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