Nicotine fine

business owners holding up red cards for reprimand
A pharmacist has been fined nearly $8,000 for alleged advertising breaches related to nicotine The Therapeutic Goods Administration has issued a statement saying that it has handed three infringement notices to a Melbourne-based pharmacist. The notices, totalling $7,992, are for alleged advertising breaches relating to nicotine vaping products. The TGA says it is alleged the

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