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Amplimune® Receives Regulatory Approval in New Zealand

NovaVive's immunotherapy for calf scours - Amplimune® - has received approval for sale in New Zealand by Agricultural Compounds and Veterinary Medicines (ACVM). NovaVive has appointed Agilis Vet Ltd as its NZ distributor.

close-up of Bernese Mountain Dog

NovaVive Seeking to Enhance Quality of Life of Dogs with Cancer

Immunocidin is being evaluated in a clinical study as a palliative therapy for dogs with malignant cancer. The goal is to increase the dogs' comfort and maintain or improve the quality and duration of their remaining life.

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Results from a Study with Immunocidin® Equine for Sarcoid Tumors Being Published in the Journal of Equine Veterinary Science

An Iowa State University study concluded that Immunocidin Equine was effective in 52.9% of the cases enrolled (that had a known outcome) after 2-5 injections. The treatment was deemed safe, with swelling the only side effect.

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Positive Effect of Settle® on Postpartum Involution Published in the Journal of Equine Veterinary Science

Data from a study with Settle® has been published in the Journal of Equine Veterinary Science. The data show a positive effect of Settle on postpartum uterine involution in the mare, particularly with a two-dose regimen.

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Researchers Present Settle® Data to International Veterinary Scientists in Germany

Data from a University of Kentucky study assessing the effect of Settle on histological involution, cell-mediated immunity of the uterus, and clinical endpoints associated with involution was presented in Germany today.

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Immunocidin® with Chemotherapy Extends Survival Time in Study with Canine Lymphoma and Osteosarcoma Patients

Positive data from a retrospective study using Immunocidin® with chemotherapy in dogs with Lymphoma and Osteosarcoma were presented at the Veterinary Cancer Society Annual Conference by Dr. Jeannette Kelly, vet oncologist.

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