Quick Ref: TG Act

Quick Reference

Therapeutic Goods Act 1989

must not refer to therapeutic uses not included on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) for the advertised goods (for medical devices, section 41FN applies).
must be approved (an exception applies for internet advertising and advertisements for medical devices) if published or broadcast (for valuable consideration) in specified media.
must not differ from the approved version of the ad.
must display a valid approval number (an exception applies for internet advertising and advertisements for medical devices).
must comply with all conditions for advertising approval.
must not contain a prohibited representation (see also Code section 5(1) below).
must not contain a restricted representation without prior approval (see also Code section 5(2) below).
must not refer to scheduled poisons.
must not promote therapeutic goods that are not included in the ARTG for sale in Australia.
must comply with the Code (section 42DP applies to generic information.)



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