Cutaneous Spray Proven as Main Reason for Banned Drug Presence in Milk
Ljubljana, 17 March - A cutaneous spray misused for the treatment of skin infections and minor wounds on cow teats has been identified as the only proven cause for the presence of the banned drug Chloramphenicol in milk, the National Veterinary Institute concluded after performing a number of tests and analyses.
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