The following notices have been published by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency as a result of our complaints.
Note that it is the MHRA that decides whether any complaint is valid or not and it is the MHRA that assesses the complaint and decides the outcome according to the criteria laid down in the medicines regulations and their procedures.
We have no say in deciding these outcomes.
Note also that any decision an advertiser makes about the future of their business or how they choose to conduct it after any complaint is entirely a matter for them.
We will update this list as new complaints are published.
The dates refer to the dates of publication of the notices.
Websites Advertising Homeopathic Medicines 21 October 2013
Websites Advertising Homeopathic Medicines - October 2013 19 November 2013
Promotion of homeopathic remedies on Nelsons’ websites 14 August 2015
The websites below are either listed in the above Advertising Investigations or were part of other MHRA complaints.
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Last updated: 14 August 2015
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