Docs argue for paracetamol upschedule

paracetamol challenge: blister pack with one tablet separate
The AMA has spoken out on the TGA’s recommendations on restricting paracetamol, saying pharmacists can help patients navigate pain management The Australian Medical Association’s submission on paracetamol scheduling supports limiting packs available outside pharmacies – as well as an upschedule for modified release products. In early February, the Therapeutic Goods Administration published the interim decision

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