Animal health sector significant to U.S. economy

Global market projected to expand 5% annually.

Improving the health of nearly 10 billion companion and food-producing animals contributes significant economic and social benefits across America, according to a newly released, comprehensive study commissioned by the Animal Health Institute (AHI) that examined the role companies that produce pharmaceuticals, vaccines and flea and tick products play in the U.S. economy and beyond.

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