Lymphoma Update

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About the course

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Willows FREE CPD Evening Forum
Lymphoma Update

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Date:
29 September 2017

Time:
6:30pm - 9:30pm

Discipline:
Oncology

Venue:
Willows Referral Service
Highlands Road, Shirley, Solihull B90 4NH

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Speaker:

James Elliott
BVM&S CertSAM DipECVIM-CA (Oncology) MRCVS
RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Oncology
European Specialist in Veterinary Oncology

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Forum overview:
Lymphoma is the most common haematopoietic neoplasm in dogs and is a regular problem vets are faced with in general practice. The presentation, diagnostic testing required, newer tests available and treatment options will be discussed.

The aim of this talk is to act as a 'refresher' to those already fairly familiar with the condition and to provide an update with respect to some of the newer diagnostic/prognostic tests and therapeutic chemotherapy protocols. However the talk should also be of interest to those with no or limited prior knowledge. Some of the rarer subtypes will also be discussed and whilst the talk focuses heavily on canine lymphoma, there will be some discussion of feline lymphoma too.

Evening CPD Forum schedule:
The evening will begin with an optional tour of the premises starting at 6.30pm prompt.

A buffet, wine and refreshments will be served in the dining room from 7.00pm followed at 8.00pm by the forum which should last approximately one and a half hours.

Certificates of Attendance will be issued for your CPD records.

Discussion and questions are welcomed during the forum.


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