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2022, September 20 – Free VetMedTeam Webinar

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Title: Recent Advances in Veterinary Oncology: Updates Every General Practitioner Should Know. Description: During this webinar, Rachel Venable, DVM, MS, DACVIM (Oncology) will provide an overview of recent advances in oncology. The presentation discusses novel treatments and a new early cancer detection test. A review of the mechanism of action, study results, and uses of an oral treatment for canine lymphoma (Laverdia) along with an injectable treatment for canine mast cell tumor (Stelfonta) will be discussed. The presentation also provides a basic overview of cancer biology and introduces the fundamentals of blood-based “liquid biopsy” testing for canine cancer detection using next-generation sequencing of cell-free DNA (OncoK9). A review of the peer-reviewed clinical validation study of this testing in over 1,000 dogs is included.

FREE

2022, October 11 – Free Vetcetera Webinar

Virtual

Title: Is it cancer? Use of a blood-based test as an aid-in-diagnosis for cancer detection in dogs. Description: What do you do when a dog presents with an abdominal mass that you can’t access for FNA or biopsy? How about a case where cytology or histopathology is inconclusive, but you still suspect cancer? What about a situation where you recommend biopsy, but the owner objects because they feel it is too invasive? When a dog is suspected of having cancer, the workup can take many forms and a variety of testing modalities may be needed to arrive at a definitive or presumptive diagnosis. This session will review a novel tool in the clinician’s toolbox – liquid biopsy – a test that evaluates a blood sample for the presence of circulating tumor DNA which indicates the current presence of cancer in the body. This session will review the basic principles of liquid biopsy testing and how this technology may be useful as an aid-in-diagnosis. A series of illustrative case samples will be presented, demonstrating how liquid biopsy has been used in the evaluation of dogs with suspected cancer.

FREE

2022 Wild West Vet Show – Reno, Nevada

Peppermill Resort Spa Casino 2707 S Virginia St, Reno, NV

Please join PetDx at the Wild West Vet Show in Reno, Nevada. Visit PetDx at Booth #341. Attend a CE Session by Dr. Rachel Venable (October 12, 2022 – 8:00 am PDT).

2022 VCS Annual Conference – Norfolk, Virginia

Hilton Norfolk The Main 100 East Main Street, Norfolk, VA

Please join PetDx at the VCS 2022 Annual Conference in Norfolk, VA. Visit PetDx at Booth #48. Attend our breakfast presentation on OncoK9 by Dr. Andi Flory (Sat, Oct 15 @ 7:00 am ET).

2022, October 17 – Free CE Webinar (Vet Tech Appreciation)

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Special Invitation for Vet Techs: We know you are the glue that holds the clinic/hospital together! Please join us for a special webinar during National Veterinary Technician Week. We’d love to give you free CE and enter you into a drawing for “Vet Tech fuel” (aka Starbucks gift cards). Webinar Title: Detect 30 different types of canine cancer with a simple blood draw: Introducing liquid biopsy testing.

FREE

2022 Sage Symposium – San Jose, California

Signia by Hilton 170 S Market St, San Jose, California

Please join PetDx at the Sage Symposium in San Jose, CA. Visit the PetDx Booth. Attend a CE Session by Dr. Andi Flory (October 23, 2022 – 1:55 pm PDT).

2022 New York Vet Show – NYC, New York

Javits Convention Center 429 11th Avenue, New York, NY

Please join PetDx at the New York Vet Show in NYC. Visit PetDx at Booth #543. Attend a CE Session by Dr. Andi Flory (November 3, 2022 – 11:00 am EDT).

2022, November 30 – Free CE Webinar

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Title: Detect 30 different types of canine cancer with a simple blood draw: Introducing liquid biopsy testing. Description: At its most fundamental level, cancer is caused by abnormalities in DNA. Advanced genomic sequencing technologies now allow for the identification of these abnormalities using a simple blood draw, opening the door to non-invasive cancer detection in dogs. This session will provide a basic overview of cancer biology and introduce the fundamentals of liquid biopsy for canine cancer detection using next-generation sequencing of cell-free DNA. A review of the peer-reviewed clinical validation study of this testing in over 1,000 dogs will be presented, along with recent clinical laboratory experience and case examples from real-world veterinary practices.

FREE

2022 DVM360 Fetch – San Diego, California

San Diego Convention Center 111 W Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA

Please join PetDx at the DVM360 Fetch San Diego, CA. Visit PetDx at Booth #731. Attend 3 CE Sessions by Dr. Andi Flory (December 2, 2022 at 9:15 am, 11:00 am, and 1:30 pm PST).

Join the Revolution in Early Cancer Detection for Dogs

If you are ready to add the OncoK9 multi-cancer early detection test to your veterinary practice, we would love to hear from you.

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