Urinary tract neoplasia in dogs: what’s new?

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FREE Evening CPD Meetings
Urinary tract neoplasia in dogs: what’s new?


Date: Wednesday 22 November 2017
Time: 19:30 - 22.00
Discipline: Oncology
Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dartford Bridge, Masthead Close, Crossways Business Park, DARTFORD DA2 6QF

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Michael Macfarlane
BVMS(hons) DipECVIM-CA (Oncology) MRCVS
European Specialist in Small Animal Oncology


Forum overview:
This talk will refresh your knowledge of urinary neoplasia in dogs. However, we hope this will not be a repeat of anything you have heard before. There have recently been a number of developments in the diagnosis, treatment and management of these cancers and the real aim is to discuss the relative merits of these.

Such cases can pose difficulties at each stage of the management process. This talk will arm you with the latest information needed at every step: from achieving a diagnosis with minimal delay all the way through to making the right choices in a case where initial therapy has not been successful. There will be practical tips for what you can do to make a difference in a practice setting, as well as some cutting edge options which are helping dogs with these often frustrating tumours.

Evening CPD Forum schedule:
A meal and refreshments will be served from 7.30pm followed at 8.00pm by the forum which should last approximately two hours.

Certificates of Attendance will be issued for your CPD records.

Discussion and questions are welcomed during the forum.

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