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New advice on the use of Direct Acting Antivials in the treatment of Hep C for those with prior exposure to Hep B

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is an executive agency of the Department of Health (England) and regulates medicines, medical devices and blood components for transfusion in the UK. 349 more words


WARNING. So-Called 'Indica' CBD Products Are Illegal.

Any CBD products marketed in the UK as derived from ‘indica’ cannabis are illegal and you could be prosecuted for possession, importation or supply as with any other form of prohibited cannabis. 134 more words


Coronation Street storyline boosts diet campaign views by 380%

A Coronation Street storyline portraying the risks of diet pills has led to a 380 per cent increase in traffic to a government led ‘Fake Meds’ campaign. 436 more words


Crispin Blunt Asks Parliamentary Question On Medicinal Cannabis, 22nd November 2016.

Q. To ask the Secretary of State for Health, whether (a) his Department and (b) the Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency has reviewed the latest evidence, including evidence on different regulatory approaches in other jurisdictions, for the use of medical cannabis. 107 more words


MHRA Working Papers in the Humanities

The MHRA (Modern Humanities Research Association) is looking for a second postgraduate editor for its online journal, MHRA Working Papers in the Humanities. Working Papers was launched in 2006 and is aimed at early career researchers and postgraduates. 172 more words

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India's Koanna gets UK's MHRA OK for Imatinib tablets

Koanna Healthcare UK, the subsidiary of Shilpa Mediacare India has received marketing authorizations from the UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (UK MHRA) for the Imatinib tablets in multiple strengths of 100 mg and 400 mg. 66 more words


MHRA Backtracking Super Fast On CBD Ban.

In advance of the meeting between the UK Cannabis Trade Association (UKCTA) and the MHRA on Thursday, there has been a flurry of activity which amounts to a climb down by the regulator. 511 more words