Bill to reform Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Act in parliament
This article was originally published in SRA
The reform agenda drawn up by Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration to streamline the regulatory framework for medical devices has been introduced in parliament1-3. The Therapeutic Goods Amendment (Medical Devices and Other Measures) Bill 2008, which was presented before the Senate on 3 December, amends the existing Therapeutic Goods Act 1989 in a number of ways.
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