The medicines borderline and the internet
- Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
- Part of:
- Patient safety
- First published:
- 6 March 2006
Guidance on marketing products online without making medicinal claims.
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If your online product information makes direct or implied medicinal claims, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency may well consider it to be a medicine.
This guidance sets out how information on medicines on the internet can lead to products being classed as medicines, which means that they have to have a marketing authorisation to be sold in the UK.
It also explain how products can be marketed without making medicinal claims.
Published: 6 March 2006