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CVM Launches Spanish-Language Page

FDA Veterinarian Newsletter May/June 2003 Volume XVIII, No 3

To help provide Spanish speakers with vital information, FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) has launched a new section on our Home Page that includes links to CVM publications in Spanish. This new page, “Publicaciones en Español del Centro de Medicina Veterinaria (CVM)”.

The documents on this new page include two fact sheets about FDA’s role in safeguarding animal health to protect consumers and keeping the U.S. free of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE.) In addition, there are links to four small entities compliance guides on FDA’s ruminant feed (BSE) rules. These are FDA guidance documents #67 “Small Entities Compliance Guide for Renderers,” #68 “Small Entities Compliance Guide for Protein Blenders, Feed Manufacturers, and Distributors,” #69 “Small Entities Compliance Guide for Feeders of Ruminant Animals with On-Farm Feed Mixing Operations,” and #70 “Small Entities Compliance Guide for Feeders of Ruminant Animals without On-Farm Feed Mixing Operations.”
Any comments or suggestions on the page should be directed to Ms. Deborah Brooks at dbrooks@cvm.fda.gov.