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Mandatory Drug Shortage Reporting In Australia Starts In January 2019

Executive Summary

Drug sponsors will face penalties in Australia if they fail to comply with new rules on the mandatory reporting of medicines shortages that come into effect at the beginning of 2019 to replace the current "ineffective" voluntary system.

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