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    Cosmetic injections: beware of 'home based' beauty services

    You should always see a qualified health professional for cosmetic anti-wrinkle injections.
  • Counterfeit medicines and medical devices

    Counterfeit medicines and medical devices

    Using counterfeit medicines or medical devices carries a high risk of unexpected or potentially serious reactions
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    Reporting adverse events

    We’ve made it easier for consumers to report side effects to the TGA
  • Current public consultations


    Your chance to give feedback on changes proposed by the TGA
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    Travelling with medicines and medical devices (video)

    Don’t end up with an unpleasant surprise, learn about travelling with therapeutic goods


Patient, carer, traveller, visitor...

Do you use or buy therapeutic goods?

Health professionals

Doctor, nurse, pharmacist...

Do you prescribe or use therapeutic goods as a professional?


Sponsor, manufacturer...

Do you supply or manufacture therapeutic goods, or want to?

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18 November 2015
Hazard alert - potential battery issues
13 November 2015
Hazard alert - potential for loss of therapy due to lead insulation damage
2 November 2015
In this issue: registry data offers insight into implants; reprocessing issues; hyperbaric chambers cancelled; safety alerts
30 October 2015
BASCHI Quick Slimming capsules pose a serious risk to your health and should not be taken

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30 November 2015
We have published updated guidance for OTC medicines to better assist applicants to register or make a change to a registered OTC medicine
30 November 2015
Added Alectinib
30 November 2015
Updated guidance on eligibility requirements and procedures
30 November 2015
Advisory Committee on the Safety of Medicines, Meeting 29 statement

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