/Orders against health practitioners/Pradeep Neupane

Pradeep Neupane

02 July 2021


The practitioner must not supply, administer, promote, advertise, or recommend the use of, any medicinal substance to any person or patient, directly or indirectly, in the course of a business or other commercial or private activity (whether paid or unpaid), unless the substance is approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) (i.e. substances labelled AUST-R or AUST-L and listed on the TGA’s Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods).

To remove any doubt, a medicinal substance is any substance that is intended to achieve, or is likely to achieve, a therapeutic action by pharmacological, chemical, immunological or metabolic means in the body of a human person, and excludes food items.