TGA issues fines for hydrogen peroxide 'cures'

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A company which claimed hydrogen peroxide could be injected or swallowed to treat cancer and emphysema has been fined almost $40,000 by the TGA.

Melbourne-based Analytical Products & Services Pty Ltd (ANPROS) was rapped by the medicines watchdog over an advertisement on its website about a product containing hydrogen peroxide with the potential for “serious harm”.

The TGA issued ANPROS with three fines totalling $39,690 for promoting hydrogen peroxide for internal therapeutic use and for suggesting it could be ingested or

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