Cannabiz Report: TGA confirms March start for import reforms but transition period still uncertain

The countdown for imported medicinal cannabis to meet Good Manufacturing Practice quality standards will begin this month, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has said, but the length of the transition period is still unknown.

The regulator confirmed to Cannabiz last night that reforms to TGO 93 governing imported product will be in place by March 31.

Meanwhile, reforms relating to extemporaneous compounding, whereby pharmacists and other medical practitioners are required to seek TGA approval under the Special Access Scheme prior to compounding, are already in place. After a two-month transition period, the rules will be enforced from April 29.

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TGA confirms March start for import reforms but transition period still uncertain

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