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Single administration drugs may soon deliver sustained dosages over weeks, months or potentially even years, research suggests Researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in …

Who are the biggest reporters of adverse events and what does the TGA look for in a report? This month the TGA published its annual report prepared by the Pharmacovigilance …

As the world adjusts to the idea of Donald Trump as President-elect of the United States, AJP examines his comments regarding healthcare and drugs Trump has become more conservative as …

Would you be able to tell a real medicine from a fake one? This important question is being posed to the public, healthcare professionals and policymakers by the World Health …

Those aged 15-24 years old have the highest rates of poisoning by pharmaceuticals in Australia The majority of cases involve non-opioid analgesics and are the result of intentional self-harm, the Australian Institute …

Keep an eye on safety as medicine ingredient names change, says TGA spokesperson Some Australian pharmaceutical ingredient names have been updated to reflect those used internationally, the TGA reminds pharmacists. …

Two Australian organisations will work together to develop a new four-in-one tablet, designed to reduce the impact of heart disease and stroke Bupa Australia and The George Institute for Global Health have …

Pharmacists will need to order an alternative product, says TGA Pharmacies will need to organise a Clomid alternative due to a shortage of clomifene (clomiphene) 50mg tablets, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) …

GlaxoSmithKline is recalling three batches of Children’s Panadol due to possible contamination, the TGA has confirmed. The recall involves two batches of Children’s Panadol 5-12 Suspension Strawberry (200mL) and one …

Mums and pregnant women are increasingly looking to Facebook to get advice on medications and health conditions from other mothers, according to a new study. Researchers from the pharmacy department …