“You Diagnosed Lymphoma, Now what?” The diagnosis and treatment of cancer is moving forward at an increasingly rapid pace. Just this event
“You Diagnosed Lymphoma, Now what?”
The diagnosis and treatment of cancer is moving forward at an increasingly rapid pace. Just this event to learn the following:
- Phenotyping and why its important
- Role of chemotherapy and which protocols to use
- What to do at relapse?
- Role of Tanovea
- Role Laverdia
Approved for ONE hr California Statutorily Approved CE
Dr Craig Clifford, DVM,MS, DACVIM (Oncology)
He received his DVM from Mississippi State University in 1999 and subsequently completed his internship in small animal medicine & surgery and his residency in oncology at the University of Pennsylvania. He has been a fellowship examiner for the Australian College of Veterinary Scientist, a member of the ACVIM residency training and credentials committee, a member of the Veterinary Cancer Society Executive Board & Founder of the VCS Residency Review Session at the annual meeting, a consultant to the Veterinary Information Network, Animal Clinical Investigations Network, Novartis Animal Health, Pfizer, Oasmia Pharmaceuticals, Boehringer Ingelheim, Pet Medicus Laboratories, and AB Science. Dr Clifford is also advisory board member of the Animal Cancer Foundation which provides support for funding translation research. A Co-Founder of the Northeastern Veterinary Co-operative Oncology Group.
Allyne Moon, RVT, CCFPmembershipdesk@scvma.org 5576 Corporate Ave, Cypress, CA 90630