Nearly one quarter of deaths from lung cancer could be avoided in high-risk populations through targeted lung cancer screening worldwide New report highlights extensive economic burden of lung cancer and potentially transformative impact of increasing early detection at scale Majority of policymakers believe countries should invest in targeted lung cancer screening programs based on new survey […]
Stay up-to-date on the latest research by watching virtual presentations at the IASLC 2020 World Conference on Lung Cancer (WCLC 2021). Register by July 30 and save: https://wclc2021.iaslc.org/e6wy Get ready to hear from speakers, participate in workshops and earn CME credits.
From Go2 Foundation for Lung Cancer website July 1st, 2021 Lung cancer screening saves lives. We know this. It has been our rallying cry for decades and has remained a core initiative. Now, we’re excited to partner on the “Screen Your Lungs” campaign to help meet our goal of bringing lung cancer screening to the millions at risk for the […]
From Lung Foundation Australia: We’re pleased to see funding of three lung cancer research projects by the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) – $4.8m investment into screening and $2.5m into genomic testing. Congratulations to the teams and other funding recipients. We look forward to supporting these projects and sharing with our community.
From Lung Cancer Nursing UK: The national lung cancer audit is the only cancer audit in the UK that has been collecting data for the last 17 years. Join our webinar, 7 July, which will take you through the history of the audit & how it has stimulated improvements in patient care http://ow.ly/3Jvh50F9YZx