City University of Hong Kong-HK
College of Veterinary Medicine and Life Sciences - City University of Hong Kong

is pleased to present

Chemotherapy in Veterinary General Practice

Information on chemotherapy is everywhere but how many of us are comfortable administering chemotherapy in our clinic? Are we aware of safe handling methods? Do we know of the possible risks involved in handling chemotherapy? How do we identify adverse effects to chemotherapy in our patients? Dr Shasta Lynch, European specialist in Veterinary Oncology, will walk us through the “Do’s and Don’ts” of chemotherapy for cancer, so all veterinarians feel empowered to offer chemotherapy safely in their practice.


Dr Shasta Lynch received her veterinary degree at the University of Queensland, Australia in 2004. After undergoing a residency in small animal oncology at the University of Edinburgh and the Royal Veterinary College (United Kingdom), she was awarded the titles of European and RCVS Specialist in Small Animal Oncology. She is passionate about her chosen field and is keen to share her knowledge with vets globally. She runs an international online oncology consultation service to vets at


8pm to 9pm - Administering chemotherapy in general practice
9pm to 10pm - An overview of chemotherapy for canine lymphoma and MCT

Date:12 September 2016 (Monday)
Time:8pm to 10pm
(light dinner available at 7pm)
Venue:Room 8210, 8/F, Lau Ming Wai Academic Building (AC3)
City University of Hong Kong
Fee:Veterinarians: HKD300
Nurses, Assistants and Students: HKD150
CPD:2 CPD points


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