WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration today announced measures to rein in antibiotic use in animals, moves that industry groups generally saw as positive but consumer and animal welfare advocates condemned. First, FDA issued a final guidance asking for drug manufacturers to voluntarily change the labels of antibiotics that are designated as important in human medicine to no longer promote such drugs for animal growth promotion purposes over the next three years. The agency also ...

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