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The TGA is warning consumers and health professionals that listed medicines containing herbal ingredients from the Artemisia species may pose a risk during pregnancy Artemisia species have been traditionally used for a variety …

TGA grants approval for import and supply of two alternative products to address the Brevinor and Norimin shortages The TGA advised health professionals and consumers in August that there was …

New medicine options approved after problems hit supply of depression treatments  The Therapeutic Goods Administration has approved new overseas options after problems were revealed regarding the availability of a couple …

The TGA is investigating the safety of Valerian following a small number of reports of liver injury Noting common uses for Valeriana officinalis – such as to help manage nervousness, …

TGA seeks feedback on proposed changes to compounded medicines guidelines The Therapeutic Goods Administration is seeking submissions from interested parties on its proposed changes to compounded medicine manufacturing practices and …

The manufacturers allegedly omitted milk products as an allergen on the ingredient warning in advertising two products targeted at children The TGA has issued 13 infringement notices totalling $164,520 to …

The TGA has asked people in possession of Maxman XI tablets to bring them to their pharmacy for safe disposal The TGA issued a statement saying that it has tested …

Five companies and one Melbourne woman have been fined for alleged unlawful importation of medical and surgical face masks in relation to COVID-19 Two Melbourne-based companies and two Sydney-based companies …

TGA warns off advertising for first aid creams containing a cancelled NSAID  The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is reminding advertisers that first aid creams containing bufexamac cannot be advertised to …

Stakeholders have welcomed an interim TGA decision to downschedule low-dose cannabidiol to S3 – but the peak pharmacist body warns that evidence and therapeutic purpose are key The TGA has …

Migraine treatment and immediate release ibuprofen set to be downscheduled, but no change to status of another high profile medicine  The migraine treatment eletriptan is to move to Schedule 3 …

TGA announces more medicine shortages are now impacting Australia  The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is advising health professionals and consumers that there is an ongoing shortage of medicines containing olmesartan …