Course Description: The evolution of cancer management includes advances in both technology and biology. Biological innovations result in better understanding of cancer behavior through refined grading schemes, new biomarkers and better products. Technological advancements have also had a profound impact on cancer management through improved staging with imaging and anatomical reconstruction, better radiation dosimetry and minimally invasive, interventional and robotic surgical techniques. This session will review the biology and technology of cancer treatment innovations as well as raise some controversy.
Continuing Education (CE) credit available: 1 CE credit for DVMs and Veterinary Technicians Length of Program: 42 minutes
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