FDA-CVM works to address concerns about pergolide supplies
The Food and Drug Administration's Center for Veterinary Medicine announced May 11 that it recognizes veterinarians and horse
The slow rise of generic animal drugs
In human medicine, generic drugs accounted for 88 percent of prescriptions dispensed in the United States as of 2014. Currently, generic
Researchers create, evaluate prion-free cattle
The Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service has announced initial results of research involving
Pig drug may be withdrawn over residues
Food and Drug Administration officials are working to rescind approval of a swine-use drug that may leave carcinogenic residues in pork.
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Out of Rockville and Laurel
Certain Collies and other breeds of herding dogs as well as hounds are sensitive to the avermectin class of drugs. In fact, ivermectin-sensitive…
Old, new deputy CEO see AVMA moving profession forward
What kept Dr. Elizabeth A. Curry-Galvin on the staff of the AVMA for two decades?
Q&A with Dr. Elizabeth A. Curry-Galvin
Dr. Elizabeth A. Curry-Galvin, outgoing deputy chief executive officer of the AVMA, answers questions from JAVMA News.
FDA issues reminder on correct use of flunixin meglumine
The Food and Drug Administration issued a reminder to veterinarians about the appropriate use of the drug flunixin meglumine.
Back to Basics
Veterinarians today are able to provide better and more advanced medical care for pets than ever before, but the cost of that care makes it
AVMA advocates against prescription mandate bill
In April, AVMA Board of Directors chair Dr. John de Jong testified before a House subcommittee about the Fairness to Pet Owners