Opinion: Challenges and opportunities in animal drug development: a regulatory perspective

Lathers, Claire M.
November 2003
Nature Reviews Drug Discovery;Nov2003, Vol. 2 Issue 11, p1
Academic Journal
Veterinary drugs are important in maintaining the health and productivity of agricultural animals, and the health of companion animals. Although there are many parallels between the development of animal drugs and human drugs, there are also important differences. This article focuses on some key challenges and opportunities for veterinary drug development in the light of the regulatory framework for animal healthcare.


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