Access webinars and podcasts that discuss the power of genomic-based diagnostics for advancing cancer care in dogs.
In this webinar, explore the clinical application of cancer genomics in canine melanoma. The presentation will begin with an overview of frequently identified mutations in canine melanoma, followed by a focus on the common therapeutic biomarkers associated with targeted therapies and a deep dive into palbociclib. This free program has been approved for 1 hour of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.
Watch as Dr. David Haworth and Dr. William Hendricks discuss precision medicine and its clinical applicability to veterinary oncology. This free program has been approved for 1 hour of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.
When we can identify specific cancer mutations, we can give them a name and a treatment plan, and help make them less scary. Dr. David Haworth of Vidium Animal Health talks about cancer genomics and molecular diagnostics.
Hear genomics and veterinary experts William Hendricks, Esther Chon, Derick Whitley, and David Haworth discuss the diagnostic, therapeutic, and prognostic utility of genomics in veterinary oncology and explore case examples in which genomics can aid in the diagnosis and therapeutic approach for treatment of canine cancer. This program has been approved for 1 hour of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.
This informative discussion, which provides 1 hour of CE credit, explores the science behind cancer genomics and precision medicine, as well as the potential for using genomic diagnostics to guide the clinical management of pets with cancer.
Veterinarian and Vidium president Dr. David Haworth discusses how Vidium can help inform veterinarians and pet parents about which mutations are causing their pet’s cancer.