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Journal of Clinical Medical Research
Advances in human medicine have long been founded on the initial research conducted with animals. New products and innovative treatment options that are successful in pre-clinical rodent, canine and/or nonhuman primate studies, will then typically focus on the initiation of human clinical trials. The potential for successful introduction into the human health market often overshadows and ignores the possible animal health benefits of the product--even in cases where the safety and efficacydoi:10.46889/jcmr.2021.2306 fatcat:rxm4r5it45cbzea64r57fl22iq