Policy and Regulation
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Klifovet recently held a conference on the expectations of the Annex 2 proposal of Regulation 2019/6 in Munich, where a host of stakeholders from the European Medicines Agency, national regulatory agencies and the animal health industry attended. The contract research organization's chief executive Dr Klaus Hellman provided Animal Pharm with an overview of the pertinent topics covered.
As anyone working in regulatory affairs will be aware, the regulatory environment is ever-changing. Updating and maintaining relevant knowledge is a constant need for all in the animal health industry. Cyton Biosciences' regulatory and communications executive Pascale Canning provides a brief review of some key developments in EU animal health regulatory affairs that took place over the last year.
The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) reported an 87% completion rate for product applications received during the fourth quarter of 2019.
The USDA claims it did not withdraw a policy mandating use of radio frequency identification (RFID) tags on cattle to avoid a lawsuit.
AnimalhealthEurope will continue to work in close partnership alongside the UK's National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) after Brexit.
Germany wants a new EU label linked to improved animal welfare, as a way of increasing profits for farmers and spreading best practices.
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