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Vets invited to talk about common canine oral tumours

Improve Veterinary Practice, in partnership with, is inviting veterinary surgeons to join this year’s first online Clinical Article Club discussion:”diagnosis and treatment of common canine oral tumours”

For those new to our CLinical Article Club, every two weeks, we pick an article in Veterinary Practice and invite the author to join us on, so that you can ask questions and discuss the subject with one another.

You can claim time spent reading or participating in the discussion towards your annual CPD requirement (press the claim CPD button at the top right of the discussion thread). 

Author Andy Yale, a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and European veterinary specialist in small animal oncology and lecturer in veterinary oncology at the RVC, will be joining for this first discussion of 2023.

He will be with us for a week to answer questions about his article, “Diagnosis and treatment of common canine oral tumours“, which is part of a series on canine gastrointestinal tumours – from top to tail.

To take part, first read Andy’s article our website.

Then come and join the VetSurgeon Clinical Article Club and post your questions or discussion points on the VetSurgeon website. Editor, Arlo Guthrie said: “I hope lots of you will come and join in.

“It really is a great opportunity to learn from specialists and from each other in a professional, moderated forum, where you can be confident of a friendly welcome.” 

To find out about the RVC’s internationally recognised veterinary oncology team and the services it offers, visit their website.

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