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  • Wijnand de Bruijn of Dopharma takes over as IFAH-Europe President
    Brussels, 01 July 2016 -
     

    Following the retirement of current president, Christian Behm, the International Federation for Animal Health-Europe (IFAH-Europe) Council has appointed current vice-president Wijnand de Bruijn of Dopharma as its new president. Mr. de Bruijn will oversee the federation representing the animal health industry in Europe for the next year, to complete the two-year term.


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  • Europe report: Benchmarking the Competitiveness of the Global Animal Health Industry
    Brussels, 28 June 2016 -

    Urgent need for forward-looking EU regulation to boost innovation for animal health and welfare. 


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  • EU must deliver future-proof rules on animal medicine
    Brussels, 16 June 2016 -
     

    IFAH-Europe calls on EU regulators to ensure that forthcoming legislation on veterinary medicine is fit for purpose and stands test of time. 

    The European animal health industry today called on the European Union to ensure that the forthcoming legislation on animal medicines and medicated feed will foster innovation and increase the availability of veterinary medicines to protect the health and welfare of all animals across Europe.


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  • IFAH-Europe Welcomes G7 Summit’s Report Urging One Health Approach to AMR and Call to Incentivise R&D
    Brussels, 27 May 2016 -
     

    At the close of the Summit in Ise-Shima (Japan), G7 leaders issued a declaration outlining their current thinking on antimicrobial resistance. In advance of this Summit meeting, IFAH-Europe had called on the G7 Summit leaders to consider a holistic One Health approach in dealing with antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and infectious diseases, as a reminder to policy-makers that AMR is not only a topic of concern for human and public health, but also for animal health.  


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  • IFAH-Europe Calling on G7 Summit Leaders to Encourage One Health Approach in Fight Against AMR
    Brussels, 24 May 2016 -
     

    Ahead of the G7 Summit on 26-27 May in Ise-Shima, Japan and following on from the meeting in April (23-24) of the agricultural ministers of the G7, Europe’s animal health industry is urging the leaders of the G7 summit to consider a holistic One Health approach in dealing with antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and infectious diseases. In so doing, the animal health sector in Europe seeks to remind policy-makers that AMR concerns not only human and public health, but also animal health.


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