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Veterinarians from around the world will gather at VMX 2021 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando and virtually anywhere from June 5-9 for the latest information on diagnosis, treatment and specific procedures in veterinary medicine.
The North American Veterinary Community (NAVC) recently announced that more than 650 sessions will be taught and presented, including: Separation Anxiety in a Post-COVID World; Obesity in cats and dogs; and new options in cancer treatment for dogs.
VMX, the world’s largest and most comprehensive global veterinary education conference, is hosted by NAVC, the world’s leading provider of veterinary education.
“VMX is the forum for veterinary professionals to learn about and stay updated on the many advances in veterinary medicine that are helping animals live longer, better quality lives,” said Gene O’Neill, CEO of NAVC.
“With the first virtual expansion of VMX by NAVC, veterinarians everywhere have the opportunity to learn from and interact with the world’s most renowned veterinary experts.
“You can also explore our award-winning VMX Expo Hall, network with colleagues, and enjoy great entertainment wherever you want – in person in Orlando or anywhere online.”