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Since the establishment of the American Heartworm Society in 1974, a symposium has been held every three years for the purpose of presenting the latest research on heartworm disease, diagnosis, and prevention. Presenters at each symposium come from all over the world.

AHS Members have access to downloadable, searchable proceedings from prior years. 

To view videos from previous symposia, please see our YouTube Account. 

Triennial Symposium Videos on YouTube

 


Bringing the 17th Triennial Heartworm Symposium to You

Bringing the 17th Triennial Heartworm Symposium to You

This Q&A provides highlights from 2022 AHS Triennial Heartworm Symposium speakers and moderators on leading issues presented and discussed at the conference.

Category: Triennial Symposium
Canine | Feline | Prevention | Diagnosis | Treatment | Life Cycle | Shelters | Veterinary Professionals | Incidence | Transport of Infected Pets | Resistance

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American Heartworm Society

Triennial Symposium Proceedings

Since the establishment of the American Heartworm Society in 1974, a symposium has been held every three years for the purpose of presenting the latest research on heartworm disease, diagnosis, and prevention. Presenters at each symposium come from all over the world.

Category: Triennial Symposium
Canine | Feline | Prevention | Diagnosis | Treatment | Exotics | Other | Veterinary Professionals

Read More

American Heartworm Society

Triennial Symposium

Category: Triennial Symposium
Canine | Feline | Prevention | Diagnosis | Treatment | Exotics | Other | Veterinary Professionals

Read More

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