Policy and Regulation
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France has announced a series of new measures to guard against African swine fever (ASF) after Belgian authorities detected the disease about a kilometer from French territory.
The UK's National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) has advised politicians to agree on an urgent resolution to Brexit negotiations to provide certainty for animal health businesses.
A new regulation replacing a 1990 directive on medicated feed is the EU's latest weapon in the fight against antimicrobial resistance.
While the US FDA and USDA will jointly regulate the emerging field of cell-based meats, the two agencies have yet to tie up loose ends before they can develop a specific and practical model for joint oversight.
Last year saw a significant step towards modernized legislation governing veterinary medicines in Europe. But how does this new regulatory horizon fit into the history of guidelines for animal health? Anja Holm – founder of Central VetPharma Consultancy and chief executive of Panion Animal Health, collaborative partner for Cyton Biosciences and former head of the European Medicines Agency's Committee for Medicinal Products for Veterinary Use – provides a holistic view of the regulations that govern animal health.
The US FDA has issued a letter to veterinarians clarifying the agency's stance on the use of tylosin phosphate in beef cattle.
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