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Danielle Johnson is the new executive director of the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF), the AVMA's charitable arm. She comes to the Foundation with more than 20 years of fundraising experience.

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Two recent drug approvals mean a novel treatment for the control of canine osteoarthritis (OA) pain and an oral vaccine against the wildlife spread of Borrelia burgdorferi, the bacterium responsible for Lyme disease, will soon hit the market.

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has granted a conditional license for the Canine Parvovirus Monoclonal Antibody—Elanco's first monoclonal antibody treatment—which can be used to treat clinical signs caused by parvo in sick puppies and dogs.

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A session on veterinary medical errors at the 2023 Student AVMA (SAVMA) Symposium discussed what the most common errors are, the importance of tracking these mistakes, and ways to limit harm by fixing existing systems.

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Elanco's Varenzin-CA1 is the first drug for the control of nonregenerative anemia associated with chronic kidney disease (CKD) in cats for which the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted conditional approval, the agency announced May 1.

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MentorVet Connect is a new partnership between the AVMA and MentorVet that will provide 2023 veterinary graduates free access to a digital mentoring platform that provides connection with experienced mentors.

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With the cannabidiol products market continuing to grow and after reviewing published scientific literature and information submitted to a public docket, an internal working group of the Food and Drug Administration concluded that a new regulatory pathway for cannabidiol is needed.

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Conversations about euthanasia and depopulation are never easy given what’s at stake. Speakers at the recent AVMA Humane Endings Symposium offered tips and advice for how to communicate effectively and tenderly when discussing end-of-life matters.

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The Comparative Oncology Program at the National Institutes of Health is celebrating its 20th anniversary of advancing the study of cancer in dogs to help canine and human patients. AVMA News spoke with the founding and current directors of the program and two other veterinarians in the field of canine comparative oncology about their work and the importance of the program.

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Speakers at the AVMA Humane Endings Symposium, held January 26-29 in Chicago, shared their personal experiences with depopulation of food animals for disease control and euthanasia of pigs after a fire. Other speakers discussed how to help pet owners know when it is time to euthanize a pet and how veterinary professionals can learn to grieve.

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