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TGA fines manufacturer for multiple regulatory infringements  The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has issued eight infringement notices totalling $106,560 to a manufacturers, Hough Pharma, for allegedly failing to provide information …

Some consumers may be using RATs not approved in Australia, which may not work as expected The TGA has issued a warning to the general public, urging people to only …

A proposal to downschedule budesonide would be harmful to patients as “pharmacists are not clinically trained to diagnose and treat asthma,” says the RACGP And difficulty accessing GPs in rural …

The TGA has issued a slew of infringement notices, including a series totalling more than $133,000 to one entity The TGA issued ten infringement notices totalling $133,200 to Philips Electronics …

A new Government and warnings of a terrible flu season… it’s been an interesting week Over the weekend, Australia ousted the Morrison Coalition Government and voted in Labor, led by …

Mouth ulcer treatment and flurbiprofen to be downscheduled, TGA announces  The Therapeutic Goods Administration has confirmed that the mouth ulcer treatment choline salicylate is to be downscheduled to Schedule 2 …

The product’s weight loss claims allegedly breached legislation, though its sponsor will appeal the decision The TGA has cancelled the listed complementary medicine FatBlaster Max (AUST L 348163) from the …

Queensland company FuturePro and its director convicted for selling unregistered products A former air-conditioning electrician and company Future Pro have both been convicted of a number of charges around the …

A Swisse collagen product has been urgently recalled, the TGA says The TGA has announced an urgent nationwide recall of Swisse’s Beauty Collagen Glow Gummies because of the discovery of mould …

Report commissioned to look at self-harm risks from paracetamol The TGA has announced a report on the risks of self-harm from intentional paracetamol misuse. It commissioned the report, to be produced …

Substitution instrument extended for abatacept, while others end The Serious Scarcity Substitution Instrument (SSSI) for abatacept (Orencia), originally set to expire on 30 April, has been extended until 30 June. …

New standards, TGA announcements and a CPI rise all made the headlines this week The TGA recalled several sunscreen products from different brands, concerned about benzene contamination… it’s been a …