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CNYACE Lecture: Advances in Oncology
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Presented by Philip Bergman, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVIM (Oncology); DoubleTree By Hilton, East Syracuse, NY; Approved for 4.0 CE Credit Hours

 Export to Your Calendar 9/14/2017
When: Thursday, September 14
2:00 to 6:00 p.m.
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DoubleTree By Hilton
6301 State Route 298
East Syracuse, New York  13057
United States
Contact: Sandra Young, DVM, CVA, CVH, CCRT
315-771-1223

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Advances in Oncology:

 

Mast Cell Tumors: The Latest and Greatest

Lymphoma: What Treatment, and When?

Top 10 Recent Advances in Veterinary Oncology

 

Presented by

Philip J. Bergman, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVIM (Oncology)

Veterinary Oncologist, Katonah-Bedford Veterinary Center

Director of Clinical Studies, VCA Antech

 

Mast Cell Tumors:  The Latest and Greatest

Mast cell tumors are extremely common in the dog and are now beginning to be understood as a disease entity in the cat. The diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic approach to mast cell tumors in dogs and cats will be presented and the latest in therapeutic and prognostic alternatives will be presented.

 

Lymphoma:  What Treatment, and When?

Lymphoma is the most common tumor of the cat, and one of the most common tumors in the dog. The diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic approach to this tumor will be discussed. Particular emphasis will be placed on the various treatment protocols available, and on options for rescue chemotherapy in dogs and cats.

 

Top 10 Recent Advances in Veterinary Oncology

Many clients expect the same level of veterinary care for their pets as they expect for themselves from physicians. This is especially true for clients with pets that have cancer. In order to provide this level of care, one must understand and employ the recent advances in medical, surgical and radiation oncology that will be presented in this discussion.

 

Approved by NYSVMS for 4 CE credit hours

 

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