NOAH represents the UK animal medicine industry: its aim is to promote the benefits of safe, effective, quality medicines for the health and welfare of all animals.
. promotes and defends the responsible manufacture, promotion, sale, distribution, handling and use of animal medicines
. acts as a consultative body to the industry, Government, the media and the general public.
. represents the views and interests of its members
. communicates to the outside world about the benefits of animal medicines to animal health and welfare
The animal health industry plays a key part in:
. farm and companion animal welfare
. consumer safety
. farm prosperity
. environmental protection
. scientific innovation
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