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Hormone pregnancy tests Duogynon Cumorit Primodos Amenerone Forte in 1960/70's

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Dear Department of Health, Information as listed above hormone pregnancy tests in the 1960/1970's and revoking of licences in 1975

Yours faithfully,

Mrs. P.J. Plant

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Dear Mrs Plant

 

Thank you for your email of 10 February 2020 relating to the Hormone
pregnancy tests Duogynon Cumorit Primodos Amenerone Forte.

 

I am writing to you to inform you that the documents you seek fall within
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Kind regards

Cindy

 

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Therapeutic Goods Administration

Australian Government Department of Health

T: 02 6289 4630 | E: [5][email address]

PO Box 100, Woden ACT 2606, Australia

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From: FOI <[email address]>
Sent: Monday, 10 February 2020 11:50 AM
To: TGA FOI <[email address]>
Cc: FOI <[email address]>
Subject: FW: Freedom of Information request - Hormone pregnancy tests
Duogynon Cumorit Primodos Amenerone Forte in 1960/70's [SEC=OFFICIAL]

 

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