David Duchemin

Medical Oncologist Wanted

The Veterinary Cancer Center (VCC) (www.vcchope.com) is seeking a board-certified or residency trained medical oncologist for a Long Island Comprehensive Cancer Center as well as at location in East End Veterinary Center, NY, Red Bank Veterinary Hospital: Hillsborough, NJ, Red Bank Veterinary Hospital: Mount Laurel, NJ, VRC, PA.

Emotionally Hijacked by Cancer

David & Cody

One of the biggest challenges The Veterinary Cancer Center staff face in treating cancer is that the general public assumes that cancer treatment is the same in people and pets. Witnessing a friend or a family member undergoing cancer treatment, even watching a TV episode of “House”, the most optimistic person is aware of the host of side effects experienced by human cancer patients. Pet owners, already emotionally spinning from the diagnosis of cancer in their pets, approach the veterinary oncology specialist with preconceived, inaccurate assumptions about cancer treatment in pets.

Best of the Gold Coast for the Best Veterinary Hospital for 2016

This year marked the 12th anniversary of Moffly Media’s Best of the Gold Coast Connecticut which celebrates and honors the best of everything that Fairfield County has to offer from restaurants to retailers, spas, caterers, bands and much more. The highly anticipated event to celebrate the winners for 2016 will be held Thursday, July 23, at the Hilton Stamford was presented by Stella Artois/Stella Cidre and showcased the winning products, goods and services of Moffly’s annual readers’ and editors’ survey.

Our 3rd Annual ACF Veterinary Challenge!

Our 3rd Annual ACF Veterinary Challenge will be taking place at Chelsea Piers - CT in Stamford, CT. on Sunday, October 25, 2015.  The invitation time will be 1:30 pm for team check - in, the competition takes place from 2 - 4 pm, and the reception will be scheduled from 4 to 5 pm.  The event is great fun and I’d like to have as many of you as possible attending that day.  Please mark your calendars now!

The 9th Annual Veterinary Cancer Center Continuing Education Lecture