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Brand name: Cold and Flu (Non-Drowsy) (Pharmacist) TM

Active ingredients: paracetamol + codeine + pseudoephedrine

On September 29, 2020 Cold and Flu (Non-Drowsy) (Pharmacist) was not listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG).

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