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MHRA

Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Authority. An executive agency of the UK Department of Health which is responsible for ensuring that medicines and medical devices work, and are acceptably safe. It was created in 2003 from the merger of the Medicines Control Agency and the Medical Devices Agency.
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Pink Seretide Accuhaler inhalers, left, and blue Ventolin Accuhalers are being recalled by the MHRA
TAKING THESE PILLS COULD BE FATAL THE MHRA warns the side-effects of taking slimming pills bought online can be far worse than just unpleasant - they could be fatal.
If you think you've bought fake medical products, tell the MHRA through the fakemeds.
An MHRA spokesperson said: "The members of the expert working group were chosen from independent scientific experts in relevant disciplines or lay representatives, who were free from any conflicts of interests.
MHRA is responsible for regulating pharmaceuticals and medical devices in the United Kingdom.
Dr McGuire, an MHRA " Dr McGuire, an MHRA director, said they had carried out a new report for NHS England, which included england, which included evidence from manufacturers and input from clinicians.
The discrepancy you noticed during your investigation will be due to leaflets possibly being out of date while stock moves through the supply chain," said the MHRA.
The MHRA said concerned women should seek clinical advice from the surgeon who carried out their operation.
As of April 16 this year, three suspected serious adverse drug reactions (ADR) reports were received by the MHRA in association with the use of oral gels containing choline salicylate, including Bonjela.
We do suggest, as per the MHRA recommendations in the UK, that parents and carers should try to avoid over-the-counter cough and cold medicines for children aged six years or less.
Kontementiotis was speaking to Phileleftheros newspaper regarding last week's decision by the MHRA, the UK Medical and Healthcare Regulatory Agency, to ban six products specifically marketed for use on under-twos following reports of accidental overdoses.
Affected tissue has been recalled but up to 82 units of affected bone graft material may have been implanted into a small number of patients, all of whom are traceable," MHRA said in a notice recalling certain US tissue products.