Portable microscopes in the developing world
Volume 6 Issue 2

Portable Microscopes in the Developing World

Many vets take it for granted that they can send a sample to the lab and get a diagnosis in a few days. However, for …

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Stem-cell breakthrough in the EU
Volume 6 Issue 2

Stem-cell Breakthrough in the EU

The first veterinary stem cell products are reaching now the EU market. Stem cell therapy is intended for mitigating, treating, or preventing disease in animals …

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Developing business acumen for animal
Volume 6 Issue 2

Developing Business Acumen for Animal Health Professionals

Animal health sales and marketing professionals need to understand their customers’ financial and operational concerns and challenges in order to provide value and meet their …

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Break the fluke cycle this Spring
Volume 6 Issue 2

Break the Fluke Cycle this Spring

While most of us associate liver fluke with the highrisk period during autumn and winter, it is important that we do not forget about fluke …

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Animal medicines_regulation and supply
Volume 6 Issue 2

Animal Medicines: Regulation and Supply

Sarah Cockbill, Veterinary Royal Pharmaceutical Society clarifies some of the misunderstandings displayed by animal owners regarding how an animal medicine might be legally and appropriately …

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Overview of veterinary medicines regulatory
Volume 6 Issue 2

Overview of Veterinary Medicines Regulatory Environment in the Russian Federation

Asha Spandana K M et al., JSS College of Pharmacy, provide an overview of the veterinary pharmaceutical market and regulation involved for drug registration and …

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Global good regulatory practices and the new EU
Volume 6 Issue 2

Global Good Regulatory Practices and the New EU Regulation on Veterinary Medicinal Products

In 2018 a new regulatory-resource website was launched called vetmed.world, and in December a new section was published on that website called “Good Regulatory Practices”. …

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Companion vector-borne diseases
Volume 6 Issue 2

Companion Vector-borne Diseases: The Defining Challenge of Our Veterinary Generation?

In certain areas of the globe, the spread of disease-carrying vectors is gathering pace, moving faster than previously recorded. New species of vectors and pathogens …

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Evidence for the use of avocado-soybean
Volume 6 Issue 2

Evidence for the Use of Avocado-soybean Unsaponifiables (ASU) in the Management of Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is a debilitating, degenerative condition which affects more than 200,000 dogs in the UK each year. While management generally involves a multimodal approach, it …

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Complexities of animal research
Volume 6 Issue 2

Complexities of Animal Research

The most obvious reason that makes researching animals more complex than humans is the number of species – one versus many. Karina Loyo of Prelude …

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