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The TGA has granted provisional approval for Novavax’s COVID-19 vaccine – the first protein COVID-19 jab to receive regulatory approval in Australia The Therapeutic Goods Administration revealed on Thursday that …

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia says it is deeply regrettable women will continue to be barred from purchasing oral contraceptives without a prescription Guild National Councillor Natalie Willis says the …

A pharmacy has been fined nearly $40,000 over its advertising of medicinal cannabis including an in-store poster The Therapeutic Goods Administration has issued three infringement notices, totalling $39,960, to a …

The TGA has issued a warning over counterfeit ivermectin The Therapeutic Goods Administration says that it has tested several imported products labelled as ivermectin and found that they are counterfeit …

A court has ordered a company to pay a $2 million fine, and its director to pay another million, over the advertising of medical devices to treat diseases including dementia, …

How does the new Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code 2021 affect community pharmacy? Emi Gosling explains The TGAC 2021 will come into effect on 1 January 2022, with a transition period …

TGA rejects proposals to downschedule more ibuprofen products and Chinese medicine ingredients   Proposals for the downscheduling of ibuprofen and some Chinese medicine ingredients have been rejected by the Therapeutic Goods …

Pharmacy groups have welcomed proposals to alter the advisory labels of a number of medicines, although questions have been raised over new indications for lidocaine The proposals are part of …

Fines issued over ivermectin and zinc lozenges for COVID-19 The TGA has issued three fines totalling nearly $8000 to an individual for allegedly advertising ivermectin and zinc lozenges to treat …

Pharmacists question proposed label and advisory changes for OTC mometasone preparations Both the Pharmacy Guild of Australia and the PSA had concerns over the proposed new advisory statements for labels …

The TGA has issued an infringement notice to a Queenslander for allegedly advertising homeopathic immunisation The Therapeutic Goods Administration announced this week that it has given the notice, costing $2,664 …

With many Australians again enjoying new freedoms, COVID-19 remained at the forefront of pharmacy news this week… especially anti-vaccinators We heard from Honor Penprase, a Canberra pharmacist who was attacked …