Passionate Care, Precision Medicine: Oncology in Veterinary Practice

April 15, 2023 @ 12 pm - 3:30 pm ET

Why Attend?

Welcome to the VetCE Virtual Micro Conference on Oncology, an exceptional online learning event designed for veterinarians and vet techs who are passionate about advancing their knowledge in veterinary oncology. Join us as we delve into a range of vital topics, including the history, development, and modern use of chemotherapy in veterinary medicine, common chemotherapies and their side effects, safe handling practices, and oncological emergencies such as hemangiosarcoma, osteosarcoma, mast cell tumors, and lymphoma.

Furthermore, our expert speakers will provide insights into the latest advances in testing and treating mast cell disease, equipping primary veterinarians with the skills and understanding needed to interpret pathology reports, perform testing, and select appropriate treatments like Stelfonta and surgery. We will also discuss the prognosis and survival time for various types of mast cell tumors and the treatments pursued.

Don’t miss this opportunity to elevate your expertise in veterinary oncology through our engaging and interactive sessions. Sign up now for the VetCE Virtual Micro Conference on Oncology and take your professional development to the next level!

Recordings of the sessions will be available for viewing for 2 weeks following each event for participants to reference. The recordings will also be available to VPN+ members for free after the 2 weeks. Please be advised that we can not issue CE certificates for only viewing the session recordings. Anyone who registers for a VetCE Virtual event but is unable to attend the live sessions will get free access to the VetCE OnDemand courses we create from the recordings on VetMedTeam so you can still get CE credits!

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Veterinary Assistant


Lindsay Hallman

CVT, CCMT, VTS (oncology)

Rachel Venable


Danielle DeCormier

LVT, VTS (Oncology), CFE