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| 04 April 2012 | By Alexander Gaffney, RAC
Australia's Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) announced its adverse reactions database hit a milestone 4 April, logging a quarter of a million valid reports.
The database, which has been running since 1971, is used by TGA to determine is regulatory action is necessary to protect the public from an already-approved product.
"The TGA would like to thank all report contributors," the agency said in a statement. "Such information is vital to TGA efforts to promote the ongoing safe use of medicines in the community."
TGA - Number of valid reports in adverse reactions database reaches 250,000
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