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Driven by our responsibility and privilege to support the sharing of knowledge, experience, and camaraderie with oncology specialists throughout the world, we are pleased to sponsor three very important industry events in 2023. 


ACCC was a proud sponsor of the 2023 ACVIM (American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine) Forum in Philadelphia, held on June 15-17, 2023. The world’s largest veterinary specialty organization, ACVIM provides veterinary specialist accreditation in five areas, including oncology. The Forum serves as a premier platform for sharing advancements and research in veterinary internal medicine, ultimately enhancing clinical practice and animal health.

As the sponsor of the full day of oncology seminars at the Forum, we brought a special guest, Dr. Renee Alsarraf, an esteemed veterinary oncologist and author of Sit, Stay, Heal: What Dogs Teach Us About Living Well. Her poignant story of her and her dog’s simultaneous cancer diagnosis and treatment moved us, and we were pleased to provide the book to all oncologists in attendance. We also hosted a private dinner where Dr. Alsarraf and other veterinary oncologists and professionals could relax, connect, and share.

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VCS Annual Conference

The Annual Veterinary Cancer Society (VCS) Conference gathers specialty veterinary professionals dedicated to advancing the field of oncology via research and collaboration. Their annual conference offers lectures, workshops, and exhibits to advance diagnostic techniques, treatments, and trends in veterinary cancer management.

ACCC was honored to be a sponsor of the 2023 event on October 12-14 in Reno, Nevada. Many of our doctors, nurses, and technicians were in attendance. We brought special guest Dr. Renee Alsarraf, author of Sit, Stay, Heal: What Dogs Teach Us About Living Well, (see ACVIM Event), for a book signing. We are grateful for these opportunities to connect and share with fellow oncologists within our industry.

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ACVS Summit

The American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) holds an annual Summit conference to bring together leading veterinary surgeons, specialists, and researchers. Because surgery is critical in the treatment of so many cancers, we support the advances in surgical techniques, technology, and practices that ACVS facilitates.

ACCC was pleased to be a sponsor of the 2023 Summit in Louisville, Kentucky on October 12-14, 2023. We were proud to have participated in this important event to remain current on the latest medical developments in veterinary medicine.

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Save the dates for the 2024 ACCC Webinar Series:

*Sessions are on Tuesdays and begin promptly at 7 PM

  • June 18: The Five Most Commonly Asked Questions of Our Surgical Team by ACCC’s Tammi Ruddle, DVM, Board-Certified in Surgery, and Robin Holtsinger, DVM, Board-Certified in Surgery. Register here.
  • July 16: Bone Tumors: Surgery Is Not Feasible or Desired, So What’s Next? by ACCC’s Jarred Lyons, DVM, Board-Certified in Radiation Oncology. Register here.
  • August 20: The Cough That Broke the Camel’s Back: Canine Pulmonary Carcinoma by ACCC’s Ashlyn Williams, DVM, Practice Limited to Oncology. Register here.
  • September 17: Updates on Immunotherapy by Esther Chon, DVM, DACVIM, Board Certified in Oncology, Merck Animal Health. Register here.

If you missed any of our 2023 ACCC Webinar sessions, the links to recordings of each of the four lectures delivered are available below. Thanks to the hundreds of primary care veterinarians across the country who participated.

Thank you to Merck for being our sponsor!


Veterinary Cancer Society FAQs for Pet Owners

The following are excerpts from the Veterinary Cancer Society, a nonprofit organization that “provides educational opportunities to enhance the practice of veterinary oncology, and to inspire scientific and professional interactions by connecting those who have a shared interest in oncology.” What are the most common types of cancers in dogs? How many dogs typically get cancer? One in four dogs will be diagnosed with cancer, and it’s the leading cause of death in pets who are beyond middle age.

Understanding Radiation Therapy

Dr. Stephanie Correa explains how the sophisticated radiation machine works to treat cancer. Radiation therapy has been used in veterinary medicine since the beginning of the 20th Century, according to the Animal Cancer Foundation, but in recent years the advancement of the technology has led to more successful outcomes and reduced side effects. At Animal Cancer Care Clinic, we offer a variety of radiation treatment options and provide each of our clients with an Optimal OUTCOMES Care Guide, specifically created for each individual pet’s unique situation.

How a Proven Therapy for Fighting Human Cancers is Helping Dogs With Cancer

Over the past decade immunotherapy, where the power of the immune system is harnessed to target and destroy cancer, has become an effective and increasingly common treatment approach for some types of human cancers.  Now, this method is becoming more available for fighting cancers in pets. The final webinar in the ACCC Summer Series, “How to Navigate Through the Cancer Diagnosis,” featured Laura Greene, DVM, DACVIM Senior Professional Services Veterinarian, for Merck Animal Health. Her presentation to primary care veterinarians, "Immune Checkpoint Inhibition: