Friday, September 1, 2023


Department of Justice News: Justice Department Files Complaint to Enjoin Arizona Company and Its Owner from Manufacturing and Distributing Unapproved Animal Drugs

The Justice Department announced today that the United States filed a complaint to enjoin a Gilbert, Arizona, company from manufacturing and distributing products the government alleges to be adulterated and unapproved new animal drugs, the Justice Department announced today.

In a civil complaint for permanent injunction filed Aug. 29, in the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, the United States alleges that AniCell Biotech LLC and its owner, Brandon T. Ames, violated the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FDCA). According to the complaint, the defendants manufacture products under the brand names EquusCell and CanisCell consisting of injectable and intravenous liquids, eye drops and grafts derived from the amniotic tissue of horses. The complaint alleges that the defendants claim on their website and in promotional pamphlets that their products are intended for use in horses, dogs and cats to treat various diseases, such as osteoarthritis and renal failure, and to promote tissue regeneration and healing.

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