TGA clamps down on unlawful advertising

business owners holding up red cards for reprimand
Mobile intravenous vitamin service, Drip IV Australia, and an executive officer of the business, have been fined a combined $159,840 in relation to alleged unlawful advertising.   The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) issued 10 infringement notices totalling $133,200 to the company, with the officer handed a further 10 notices of $2664 each, in relation to

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