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Angry CHOICE rep quits TGA

Posted 17 November 2020

A representative of Australia's leading consumer group has quit his role on the TGA's advertising complaints committee in protest, accusing the organisation of allowing "shonky" operators to continue to trade without fear of penalty. 

Associate professor Ken Harvey has resigned as the CHOICE representative on the Therapeutic Goods Advertising Consultative Committee (TGACC) claiming the scheme established to control misleading and deceptive therapeutic goods is in "tatters."

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