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Cure for cancer in pets?

Posted at 12:36 PM, Jan 22, 2020
and last updated 2020-01-22 14:36:48-05

Breakthroughs in cancer treatment and reconstructive surgery for cats; the use of artificial intelligence to better detect advanced eye disease in dogs; new pharmaceutical options like CBD for pets; and even ways for the veterinary team to treat the traumatized turtle are among the topics that will be taught, discussed and demonstrated at the world's largest gathering of veterinary professionals January 18 - 22 at the Orange County Convention Center.

From January 18-22, approximately 17,000 veterinarians, veterinary nurses/technicians, support staff and global leaders in animal healthcare from more than 80 countries will attend the 36th annual Veterinary Meeting and Expo (VMX) hosted by the North American Veterinary Community (NAVC), the world’s largest provider of continuing education for veterinary professionals. Veterinary professionals from all over the world will have the opportunity to learn life-saving and life-changing techniques from the most renowned leaders in animal medicine. As the first veterinary conference of the year, and with more than 700 exhibiting companies, VMX has become the launchpad for new product and pharmaceutical introductions each year.Click here for more information.