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Annual sales and distribution by volume of medically important antimicrobials for food-producing animals remain down since the substantial decrease in 2017, according to the latest data.

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Starting Feb. 21, the Food and Drug Administration will again hold veterinarians to the federal requirements for the veterinarian-client-patient relationship. As stated by the FDA, the federal VCPR definition “requires animal examination and/or medically appropriate and timely visits to the premises where the animal(s) are kept” and “cannot be met solely through telemedicine.”

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Dr. Naola Ferguson-Noel, a professor at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, is one of 169 scientists and researchers who will be inducted into the National Academy of Inventors during the organization’s annual conference June 27 in Washington, D.C.

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The AVMA has developed a variety of resources for National Pet Dental Health Month in February that also are available year-round to promote dental health in cats and dogs.

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The Food and Drug Administration announced Dec. 8 that the agency has approved the first oral animal drug to improve glycemic control in otherwise healthy cats with diabetes mellitus not previously treated with insulin.

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The American Animal Hospital Association held its annual Connexity meeting from Sept. 14-17 in Nashville, Tennessee. The AAHA presented an award and seated new officials.

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The Kentucky VMA held its annual meeting from Sept. 23-25 in Florence. The KVMA presented awards and seated new officials.

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Dr. Rex R. Anderson, a guiding presence in the AVMA House of Delegates for nearly two decades, died Dec. 14 at the age of 65. He was the owner and operator of a mixed animal practice in southern Montana.

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Veterinarian obituaries in the “In Memory” section of the Journal of the AVMA, February 2023

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The SARS-CoV-2 virus probably originated in wildlife and has been documented in more than two dozen species. Thus, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the one-health concept that the health of humans, animals, and the environment is interconnected, and wildlife veterinarians continue carving out a niche working on the wild side of this triad.

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