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The content on this page and other TGA archive pages is provided to assist research and may contain references to activities or policies that have no current application. See the full archive disclaimer. On 28 November , the delegate of the Secretary to the Department of Health and Ageing the Delegate for the purposes of section 9 1 of the Therapeutic Goods Regulations the Regulations issued an order to Turkmarket in relation to an internet advertisement at www. In considering this matter the Delegate noted that Turkmarket had submitted information to the TGA in the form of a "Summary Table" of evidence. The Delegate reviewed the determination No and agreed with the Panel that the representations implied that the product might assist with such conditions as such as premature ejaculation and impotence and, that it could be used for indications other than those indications found in the ARTG for the advertised product. The Delegate was satisfied that these representations were unverified, misleading and likely to arouse unwarranted expectations of product effectiveness and therefore in breach of sections 4 1 b, 4 2 a and 4 2 c of the Code. The representations made on the website at www. The Delegate agreed with the Panel and found that this was a breach of section 4 6 b iv of the Code. The Delegate found that these testimonials breached section 4 7 of the Code in that they were misleading, not documented and were atypical. Because the product was advertised by Turkmarket for indications other than those that are included in the ARTG the Delegate found that the advertisement breach section 22 5 of the Act. The Delegate also found that, because of the breaches already noted, the advertisement was in breach of section 42DM 1 of the Act in that the advertisement does not comply with the Code. Accordingly, the Delegate considered it necessary to issue the order, with a retraction, under regulation 9 of the Regulations to Turkmarket requiring it to comply with all the actions set out in the order.