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A new bill has been introduced in the New York State of Assembly to enable veterinarians to prescribe medical marijuana for pets.
A spin-out from the University of Pennsylvania has received funding to develop gene therapies for companion animals.
MSD Animal Health is close to extending the indications for its leading Bravecto portfolio in Europe with a new approval.
The US animal health industry is an "integral part of the US economy" worth around $9.9 billion in revenues, according to a new report from the Animal Health Institute (AHI).
A researcher at Arizona State University (ASU) has been awarded $6.4 million to test a preventative canine cancer vaccine.
Aratana Therapeutics has been commercializing three products for around a year now with the Kansas-based firm recording its first significant annual revenues. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey spoke to president and chief executive Steven St. Peter in Boston following the release of the company's most recent financial results about Aratana's success is accessing clinics.
Stonehaven Incubate has been launched to translate innovation in the human health space into new animal health companies. Animal Pharm Joseph Harvey editor spoke to the firm's chief executive Mark Heffernan about this new home for start-ups.
Panion Animal Health has signed an agreement that will see its upcoming clinical studies benefit from the expertise of a well-reputed biostatistician.
US companion animal businesses Petnet and Petnostics have signed an agreement that will see the two firms integrate diagnostic data with nutrition.
US companion animal medicines firm Poïesis Therapeutics is now working on a pipeline of eight candidates in-licensed from human biotechnology companies.
Mars Petcare has created an investment fund for financing innovation in the companion animal market.
Jaguar Health has moved one step closer to commercialization of its Canalevia treatment for chemotherapy-induced diarrhea (CID) in dogs with an indication from the US FDA.
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