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Proposed Changes to Australian Complementary Medicine Regulation - Have your say by 28 March 2017
Date : 13 March 2017
Author/s : Cate Sendall
Type : Focus Paper
 

 

In February 2017, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) released a consultation paper, Reforms to the Regulatory Framework for Complementary Medicines (Consultation Paper), in which extensive reforms are proposed to the manner in which complementary medicines are regulated in Australia.


If the reforms proceed, complementary medicines will be much more tightly regulated in Australia with the reforms impacting significantly on the way in which sponsors apply for the listing of complementary medicines on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) and the claims which may be made in respect of complementary medicines.

 

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