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Bioiberica Veterinary introduced their newest dermatology product at the AVEPA Congress

12 Apr 2016
Companion Animal Health
  • This product is a solution for atopic dermatitis, developed by Bioiberica based on solid scientific principles
  • This Congress managed to attract more than 1,300 veterinarians from all over Spain

Bioberica Veterinary presented to the AVEPA’s Dermatology Group their newest product: a solution for treatment of atopic dermatitis which will be available in May. This is a product developed by the Bioiberica firm predicated on solid scientific basis, which will soon be explained in detail. 

The presentation was made at the Workgroup Congress of AVEPA, The Spanish Association of Veterinarians Specializing in Small Animals, which was held this past weekend in Zaragoza, Spain. This specialized veterinarian congress is already considered one of the most relevant national events in this sector. This year’s edition managed to attract more than 1,300 veterinarians from the entire country. 

Bioiberica Veterinary attended the meeting as a sponsor of two of the eighteen veterinarian specialties of the congress, that of internal medicine and dermatology. Furthermore, the numerous visitors to the exhibitor's area had the opportunity to learn more about Bioiberica’s solutions, which are the fruit of their research in the field of internal medicine and articular health in pet animals. 

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