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.
Medicated feed is an efficient and practical method of maintaining animal health, explains IFAH-Europe's Roxane Feller.
The veterinary medicines sector is unfairly expected to follow the same procedures as the human sector, argues IFAH-Europe's Roxane Feller.
Europe's animal health industry is committed, innovative and resilient, explains IFAH's Roxane...
There is a weak correlation between animal consumption of antibiotics and human resistance, argues Rick Clayton.