The Canine Lymphoma Blood Test

Insights and Experience from First Opinion Practice

Increasing use of the canine Lymphoma Blood Test (cLBT) in first opinion practices is beginning to highlight new areas where the test can be helpful to both you and your clients...

Join us and discover....

  • The current thinking around diagnosis and treatment of canine lymphoma
  • Where the cLBT can help in this process, including the most difficult cases
  • How the test has the potential to help with patient prognosis
  • Where the cLBT can best be used when monitoring your chemotherapy patients

This FREE WEBINAR is kindly sponsored by Avacta Animal Health

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When?...

December

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  • Tuesday, 1st December 2015
  • 7-8pm GMT

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Meet The Presenter...

Iain A. Grant BVSc MRCVS DipACVIM (Medical Oncology)

RCVS Recognised Specialist in Medical Oncology

Iain completed his residency training in medical oncology at The Universities of Davis, California and Ohio State in 2007. He returned to the UK in 2008 and was a clinical instructor at the Universities of Liverpool and Edinburgh before taking up his current position as a clinical instructor in the departments of medical and radiation oncology at The University of Glasgow. Iain is also co-director of Chemopet LLP, a company providing consultancy advice and safely prepared chemotherapy pharmaceuticals for treatment of small animal patients in practice. Iain is a Diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and is a RCVS Recognised Specialist in Oncology. His clinical interests are in holistic care of the cancer patient, optimising disease control while managing the physical and emotional impacts of cancer in veterinary patients. Iain’s current research interest is in the chaperone protein, clusterin, in canine lymphoma.