Drug name change program continues

As many as 200 medicines have already, or will soon, have new names as the TGA pushes ahead with its policy of harmonising Australian drug names with their common international forms In 2013 the TGA announced it would begin a project to harmonise Australian drug names and their excipients (inactive ingredients) with overseas naming conventions.

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