‘Xiao Chai Hu Tang for Cancer – Parts 1 -3’ Webinar Presented by Dr Erin Bannink


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The past 10 years has seen rapid growth in the body of published research on Chinese Herbs and Chinese Herbal Formulas. One reason is the extensive interest in searching Chinese Herbal formulas for development of novel anticancer pharmaceutical agents. Xiao Chai Hu Tang is a Classical Chinese Herbal Medicine formula which has been the topic of much interest in research investigations of herbal sources for anticancer agents. This formula contains many herbs which have shown anticancer potential and has itself demonstrated potential anticancer action. This three-part webinar series will present an overview of the classical formula and research which has been published evaluating mechanism of action as well as addressing information regarding efficacy, formulation differences, potential toxicity concerns and recommended monitoring based on Dr. Bannink’s clinical oncology experience using this formula in veterinary practice for over 14 years.

Included with your webinar order:

  • A recording of the webinar that you view as many times as you wish.
  • PDF of slide show presentations
  • Lecture notes
  • Certificate of attendance

Presented by Dr Erin Bannink – DVM, DACVIM (oncology), GDipVCHM, CVA

Dr Erin Bannink received her DVM from Michigan State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. She completed internships in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery and then Medical Oncology, continuing as a Resident in Medical Oncology at the Animal Cancer and Imaging Center, Rochester Hills, MI. She became an American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Diplomat (Oncology) in 2008. Dr Bannink received her IVAS Basic Certification in Veterinary Acupuncture in 2007 and qualified with a Graduate Diploma of Veterinary Chinese Herbal Medicine (CIVT) in 2016. Dr Bannink is in Specialist practice, Oncology and Complementary and Alternative Medicine, at Oakland Veterinary Referral Center, MI. She has published refereed articles in JAVMA on oncology subjects and spoken at a range of cancer and complementary and alternative veterinary medicine conferences.