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Sian Lazell

London
Sian joined the Animal Pharm team in February 2015 after graduating with a degree in English Literature with Psychology from Bath Spa University.

Sian writes about emerging start-up companies and new research from academia. She is especially interested in the pet health space, as well as the introduction of digital technology for both companion animals and livestock. She also has an interest in increasing Animal Pharm's equine coverage, as she owns horses herself.

In addition to covering animal health news and conducting interviews with worldwide companies, Sian also works on the evolving Animal Pharm Product Approvals Index.
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New study backs efficacy of VetDC's canine lymphoma treatment

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EMA finds general decline in antibiotic use in EU, situation varying across countries

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has found sales of antibiotics for animal use decreased by 13% in Europe between 2011 and 2015. 

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Aratana set to launch Entyce in US after delays

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Malaysian company BioValence recently won the Innovation Award at the Aquaculture Innovation Summit 2017 in London for its RetroMAD1 antiviral protein. But what else has the company got planned for other candidates in its pipeline? Animal Pharm analyst Sian Lazell spoke to the firm to find out more.

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Nutriad opens new office in Poland

In an effort to drive its business in Europe, Belgian feed additive specialist Nutriad has opened a new office in Warsaw, Poland. 

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AnimalhealthEurope showcases new look and strategy in Brussels

AnimalhealthEurope (formerly IFAH-Europe) has unveiled its new name and branding at a gala dinner held in Brussels to celebrate its 30th anniversary.  

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