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Brand name: Retin-A TM

Active ingredients: tretinoin

Retin-A is not listed on the Australian register of Therapeutic Goods.

Is this medicine available in Australia ?

Ask your pharmacist, doctor or health professional for advice or search the ARTG

The ARTG is the register of all therapeutic goods that can be lawfully supplied in Australia. Sometimes special provision is made to make available some medicines that are not listed in response to the needs of particular people or circumstances. To find out more check out the "Access to therapeutic goods not on the ARTG" section on the ARTG page.

Other medicines that contain: tretinoin

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