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2 February 2023 — News story
The public consultation on the proposed revision to the Veterinary Medicines Regulations, as they apply in Great Britain, has now been launched.
26 January 2023 — News story
The VMD is inviting applications from veterinary students to attend a one-week EMS placement in July 2023.
19 December 2022 — News story
Details of a of an extension to the grace period for veterinary medicines until 31/12/2025.
8 November 2022 — Research and analysis
This UK VARSS report provides the details of UK veterinary antibiotic resistance and sales surveillance.
13 October 2022 — News story
Submission opportunities available to applicants of veterinary product marketing authorisations.
29 September 2022 — News story
New FAO report is published in partnership with the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
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