Sneak peek: FDA launches animal drug user fee educational conference, and other veterinary news

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Here is a sneak peek at this week’s headlines

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As you wait for your Wag Shop order, here is what you can find this week on dvm360.com:

  • FDA announced that on July 17, 2024, it will host the first of a series of 5 public educational meetings to help stakeholders get a better understanding of the new animal drug approval process
  • VCA shared the news that it has rebuilt a hospital in Florida that was destroyed by Hurricane Ian in 2022, with enhanced canine and feline services for supporters, plus the publishing of the 2024 Hurricane Preparedness Playbook for clients.
  • On this week’s episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, Alex Sigmund, DVM, DACVO, joins host Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, to discuss everything veterinary professionals need to know about glaucoma.
  • Vetsource, a pet pharmacy and technology services company, disclosed that it will being shipping out of its new pharmacy location in Northlake, Texas last week. The latest addition is the third pharmacy Vetsource has opened, following one in Portland, Oregon, and one in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
  • The AVMA House of Delegates is scheduled to vote on accepting an updated version of policies for humane transportation of livestock and the Principles of Veterinary Medical Ethics during its annual session on June 20-21, in Austin, Texas.
  • And more!
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