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FDA assesses safety of food products from cloned animals
The Food and Drug Administration has released a draft executive summary of a document that assesses the safety of food products
Petcurean Go! Natural pet food recalled
On April 8, 2004, the Food and Drug Administration's Center for Veterinary Medicine reclassified this as a market withdrawal.
Letting the future catch you
Dr. King believes the very fundamentals of swine medicine are changing.
Should government further limit antimicrobial use in food animals
FDA seeking comments for industry guidance on raw meat animal food
The draft guidance is a response to increased use of raw meat food by owners of companion and noncompanion animals
NAS reports on potential risks of animal biotechnology
Posted on January 15, 2003 Potential environmental impact and threats to human health top list of concerns A report from the National Academy…
Sibbel guides AASV
Dr. Sibbel says demographic changes account for the dwindling numbers of veterinarians who go on to serve as food animal practitioners.
WHO weighs in on antimicrobial debate again
A review panel has concluded that the use of antimicrobials for the sole purpose of growth promotion in livestock can be discontinued
A practitioner's academician
Posted on November 15, 2003 Spire leads AABP Beef cattle practice was a natural choice for Dr. Mark Spire, president of the American Association…
FDA guidance on antimicrobials aims to prevent resistance
Agency outlines detailed approach to evaluating animal drugs' microbiologic effects on bacteria and human health
The compliance cops
FDA cracks down on illegal drug use Early this past April, the Food and Drug Administration cracked the whip at a New York-based
AABP to go the distance with CE
For some time, the AABP has been exploring distance education, and in Columbus, the board of directors approved the CE vehicle