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A “tragic accident” which killed a toddler has led a coroner to propose an awareness campaign about e-cigarette liquids The child, identified only as “Baby J” in court documents, died …

Pembrolizumab (Keytruda) is the first medicine to have additional indications registered on the ARTG via the TGA’s provisional approval pathway “Pembrolizumab’s indications now include the treatment of patients with metastatic …

The TGA has issued a clarification saying that state and territory governments will continue to be responsible for regulating fluoride in tap water “Legislative amendments made on 11 July 2019 …

TGA rolls out campaign to curb opioid harm Community pharmacies across Australia will receive 500 repeat script covers encouraging safe disposal of unwanted medicines, as the TGA rolls out its …

Get ready for the big ingredient name changes in 2020, regulator warns The TGA is advising health professionals and consumers alike to be ready for the 2020 deadline for the …

What were the ten most clicked stories on the AJP website over the last month? Regulatory and legal issues, Chemist Warehouse, scheduling changes and flu vaccines head up the list …

The TGA has released “substantially revised” guidance on the use of the word “natural” and related claims when advertising medicines and medical devices to the public The organisation notes that …

Mometasone to remain a mostly prescription product after downscheduling application is knocked back TGA regulators have rejected a proposal to move the corticosteroid mometasone to become a Schedule 3 product. …

Pharmacies to dispense product used as a sex aid following TGA ruling The Therapeutic Goods Administrations’ scheduling committee has recommended some of a range of products currently used as sex …

Modified release paracetamol upscheduled to S3, but GP groups express concern about the move Modified release paracetamol are set to be re-scheduled as S3 (Pharmacist Only) products according to the …

Research shows communication about emerging safety risks of medicines is not consistent between countries… and the Australian regulator issued fewer warnings than other countries A new study has analysed how …

A new TGA report says the upschedule meant a “significant” drop in the amount of codeine supplied to Australians – but a Guild spokesperson says it’s early days yet A …