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  • Press release: Injection of vaccine innovation required to protect both animal and human lives

    19/01/2016

    Global industry report calls for further innovation to improve health outcomes

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  • Report: Innovation in animal health

    19/01/2016

    Historic success, current challenges & future opportunities Download report as PDF The report, ‘Innovation in animal health’ discusses the future of the animal health industry and addresses common, global barriers to modern vaccine use including the regulatory process and market competition as well as existing scientific knowledge. Other areas addressed in the report include, pet health, food safety and sustainability, and zoonotic diseases. The report was generated from discussions at a...

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  • Report: Innovation in animal health

    19/01/2016

    Historic success, current challenges & future opportunities The report, ‘Innovation in animal health’ discusses the future of the animal health industry and addresses common, global barriers to modern vaccine use including the regulatory process and market competition as well as existing scientific knowledge. Other areas addressed in the report include, pet health, food safety and sustainability, and zoonotic diseases. The report was generated from discussions at a global stakeholder...

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  • Report: Innovation in animal health

    19/01/2016

    Historic success, current challenges & future opportunities

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  • Critique on 2015 O'Neill Report

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  • HealthforAnimals News - issue nr. 3 – December 2015

    17/12/2015

    The latest news from the global animal medicines association, HealthforAnimals.

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  • Infographics: Vaccines, why they matter

    09/12/2015

    This series of infographics outlines the benefits of vaccination in animals. Addressing the importance of vaccines for protecting human and animal health, they explain why we vaccinate animals, with examples of vaccination in action around the world as well as success stories. Download the full infographic The infographics can also be downloaded as separate sections. Please see below.                 The importance of vaccines for protecting human and animal health Vaccines are an effective, convenient and...

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  • HealthforAnimals position on Rabies eradication: Rabies can and must be eradicated

    09/12/2015

    Background Rabies is a zoonotic disease, meaning it can be transmitted from infected animals to other animals and humans, e.g. through a bite from a dog or bat. It is found on all continents, except Antarctica, but thanks to rabies vaccines (for people and animals), it is 100% preventable. Despite this, over 70,0001 people still die from rabies every year, making it one of the world’s most deadly infectious diseases. HealthforAnimals fully supports the eradication of rabies in people and...

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  • HealthforAnimals position on Rabies eradication: Rabies can and must be eradicated

    09/12/2015

    Rabies is a zoonotic disease, meaning it can be transmitted from infected animals to other animals and humans, e.g. through a bite from a dog or bat. It is found on all continents, except Antarctica, but thanks to rabies vaccines (for people and animals), it is 100% preventable.

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  • HealthforAnimals Promote the Responsible Use of Antibiotics

    16/11/2015

    The global animal medicines association, HealthforAnimals, has joined the call for global action against the growing resistance to antibiotics and other antimicrobial medicines. 16th-22nd November will see healthcare organisations around the world take part in World Antibiotic Awareness Week. As part of their drive to raise greater awareness on the issues surrounding the use of antibiotics, and in an attempt to dispel inaccurate or misleading information HealthforAnimals’ have published a...

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