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Animal medicines in the EU spotlight - Let the talks begin!

If you've been hiding under a rock these past weeks, you may have missed our joy end of December as the Estonian Presidency of the Council of EU formally agreed to start trilogue negotiations with the Commission, Parliament and Council onwards of January 2018. These talks are now well underway with an aim to reaching final legislative texts for the Regulations on 'Veterinary Medicinal Products' and 'Medicated Feed' by the end of the Bulgarian Presidency in June.

This is make or break time, not simply for the animal medicines industry in Europe but also for Europe's animals, vets, farmers and pet owners. With the over-arching objective of increasing the availability of treatment and prevention options in all countries and for all animal species, these new rules can give a much-needed boost for innovations in animal health.

We hear a lot from vets across Europe about the need for more vaccines, and different treatments to help them care for animals. We thought we'd give a voice to those who make animal health not just their profession, but also their passion, and share their views in the video below.  

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Voices of Animal Health - The Vet's views

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Our practice is working from kittens to cattle

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"There is a lack of both preventive and curative medicines"

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In case you missed it...

We published our 2017 annual report end of January. 

With key stats including the latest European sales data for 2017, a feature article recapping objectives of the EU animal medicines legislative review and an 'at a glance' overview of our activities, find out more about what AnimalhealthEurope does: www.animalhealtheurope.eu/annual-report-2017 

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On the horizon
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EMA veterinary innovation day

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Innovation in animal medicines - AnimalhealthEurope networking evening

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Update on Brexit regulatory preparedness activities for veterinary companies