Veterinary Cancer Society 2017

In October 2017, Dr Cooper will be attending the Annual Veterinary Cancer Society meeting in Oregon. This meeting tends to focus on cutting edge treatments, this year there will be an additional section on alternative therapies. This is very important in our field as clients continually express interest in there alternative options when treating their pets.

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VACC at Therapon’s Continuing Veterinary Education Seminar 2017

On September 13th, as part of Therapon’s Continuing Veterinary Education series, Dr Maureen Cooper will be speaking on ‘types of lymphoma’. This will cover various types of lymphoma along with information regarding what diagnostics to consider and when to use them. For those interested in attending, tickets can be purchased through Therapon.

 

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Vets on Tour August 2017 – Lake Wanaka, New Zealand

Dr Selvi Jegatheeson recently returned from the 2017 Vets on Tour Conference in Lake Wanaka. As well as spending the day snowboarding, Selvi learnt about upcoming medical cancer treatments and new radiation therapies.

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European Society of Veterinary Oncology Congress 2017

Dr Laura Brockley attended the European Veterinary Conference in April 2017. This was a great opportunity to liaise with our overseas colleagues. The meeting had a strong focus on immunotherapy which is such a growing area in oncology.

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IMPACT

VACC is a proud supporter of Impact. Impact is a non profit organisation aimed to make a difference to Victorian women and children living in crisis accommodation as they flee extreme violence at home by providing those things most of us take for granted.

This year, VACC will be volunteering at the “Christmas bag of love” event, where we’ll be sorting and wrapping Christmas gifts for Victorian women and children ‘hiding’ during the festive period as they flee extreme home violence.

For further details or if you would like to donate: http://www.impactforwomen.org.au

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OnNovember 24, 2016, posted in: Events, Publications, Seminars & Conferences, Uncategorized by