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29 November 2021 — Policy paper
Creating a modernised and responsive scientific basis for regulating veterinary medicines.
9 November 2021 — Research and analysis
This report (UK VARSS) provides the details of UK veterinary antibiotic resistance and sales surveillance.
21 September 2021 — News story
Requirement for submission slots for applications for Biological and Bio-Pharm new or extension variation marketing authorisation applications.
15 December 2021 — News story
Details of a VMD Veterinary Dispensary Manager course in May 2022
20 December 2021 — Guidance
Explainer for the pharmaceutical industry on mitigations to bridge the gap between the implementation of the EU Regulation on veterinary medicines and the revised Veterinary Medicines Regulations as they have an effect in Great Britain (GB VMR).
5 January 2022 — News story
Details of the European Commission Implementing Decision to withdraw, by 26 June 2022, the MAs of veterinary medicines containing Zinc Oxide.
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