Aiming to bridge the longevity gap between breeds, Loyal, a pet longevity company, is on the verge of a veterinary breakthrough. They’re developing an injectable drug targeting the IGF-1 hormone, with the goal of extending the healthy lives of larger dogs by at least a year. Garnering support from the FDA for a fast-tracked authorization, Loyal is on track for a potential conditional approval of their drug, LOY-001, in 2026. This approval could allow the drug to reach the market even before the completion of extensive clinical trials, as shared by Founder and CEO, Celine Halioua.

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