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Worries Over Ambiguity & Imprisonment Prompt Australia to Revise Drug Shortages Proposals

Executive Summary

As it presses on with plans to make the reporting of medicines shortages mandatory in Australia, the Therapeutics Goods Administration has taken on board industry’s concerns over how the new scheme will work.

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