The results of a study published on The Lancet shows that there have been a notable decrease in the cases of cancer being diagnosed since the COVID-19 outbreak in the Netherlands.
GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer points to targeted treatments and early screenings
Dr Andrew C. von Eschenbach receives James L. Mulshine, M.D. Leadership Award
UK Member funds cancer research by The University College London.
Spanish Association against Cancer meets PM Pedro Sánchez.
The firm’s liquid biopsy recorded a high success rate.
Our member in Italy to hold annual meeting.
The event will be in aid of the Tallaght Hospital, and the Irish Cancer Society.
The 13-strong committee will advise on cancer prevention and early detection.
American member announces exciting collaboration.
The event will focus on Lung Cancer and courage against all odds.
The event will include a Walk, Wag and Run Event, and their first Human and K-9 Walk/ Run.
The statement coincides with recent reports linking lung disease to vaping.
Patient in U.S dies of respiratory disease due to vaping.
Rebiopysing is important to check if treatment is effective.
The foundation has partnered up with the Belong App.
Christine Verini named as one of PharmaVOICE’s 100 most inspiring people.
It is hoped technology will improve screening effectiveness.
Every year more than 12,000 people die from Lung Cancer in the Netherlands.
The announcement follows World Lung Cancer day.
Imfinzi not as effective as hoped.