A Practical Guide to Dog Cancers

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About the course


Speaker: Chiara Penzo DVM PhD DipECVIMCA
(Oncology) MRCVS

This course, for the general practitioner, is a
practical guide to the correct diagnosis and
management of the most frequent cancers
in dogs. The course will be taught using
interactive discussion of clinical cases. Subject
matter will include the role of clinical stage in
a patient’s prognosis, the general and specific
options for therapy, and the importance of
prompt diagnosis and management of affected
cases. For each neoplasm and clinical stage,
multiple treatment options will be discussed,
including both palliative options and those to
suit the expectations and budget of the client.
**Course includes FREE on the day zoo entry**S

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