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The Therapeutic Goods Administration said, “these are restricted and prohibited representations that are not permitted to be used in advertising without permission from the TGA, which the company did not have.” In order to advertise that a product can prevent “serious health conditions” the manufacturer needs to lodge an application with the TGA, with scientific studies to substantiate the claim.

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