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Kristin Higgins
Radiation Oncologist
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Kristin Higgins Feb 12
Thoracic rad oncs- consider submitting your work to . This is a fantastic meeting held in Singapore this year!
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IASLC Feb 11
Registration is now open for the IASLC 2020 World Conference on Lung Cancer (), our biggest event of the year! Learn more and make your plan to join us in Singapore for the world's largest conference dedicated solely to thoracic cancers.
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Kristin Higgins Feb 6
Be sure to catch this podcast- two extraordinary lung cancer leaders and !
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Ragi Kudchadkar, MD Feb 3
Wonderful celebration lunch for ⁦⁩ women physicians! ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦
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JTO Jan 31
In a new article now available on our site, Chung and colleagues present a pooled analysis of patients from KEYNOTE-028 and KEYNOTE-158 who had received two or more lines of previous therapy for .
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Kristin Higgins Jan 29
Congrats for finishing your clinical trial! You are playing a key part in our progress against
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David Palma Jan 29
Here is NELSON! Lung cancer screening reduces lung cancer deaths. Lung cancer deaths per 1000 person-years: No screening: 3.3 Screening: 2.5
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NRG Oncology Jan 29
Study Activation NRG-LU006: Testing the Addition of Targeted RT to Surgery & the Usual Chemotherapy Treatment for Stage I-IIIA Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma. Documents are posted to .
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Gabriela K Popescu Jan 28
AAMC releases strong Statement and Call for action to all Deans of med schools, CEOs of hospitals, and Presidents of academic societies. Gender Equity in Academic Medicine
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Carolyn Clancy MD Jan 28
My thanks to and for arranging this second annual summit. With 5,500 Veterans dying yearly from , increasing access to early detection screening programs is critical.
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Be A King Jan 26
Breathe, family. Breathe.
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HealthWellOrg Jan 16
Replying to @1stOncology
Thanks for sharing! The more patients we can reach, the better!
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Kristin Higgins Jan 16
This is sure to be a great patient-centered event featuring our Winship experts!
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Kristin Higgins Jan 15
Great way to increase patient engagement with ongoing clinical trials!
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Jill Jan 13
We’ve come so far in discovery & treatment for , but small cell continues to be challenging. Advancements have been minimal with very modest impact. desperately needs research that leads to new & better treatment options !
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Carolyn Meltzer, MD Jan 14
Congratulations ! A wonderful colleague and leader.
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LUNGevity Foundation Jan 10
Dr. Kristin Higgins , radiation oncologist from , and Dr. Upal Basu Roy, LUNGevity's Vice President of Research, discuss exciting new for limited-stage small cell ->
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Carolyn Meltzer, MD Jan 9
Exciting launch of series
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Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University Jan 8
Winship specialists Suresh Ramalingam, MD () and Drew Moghanaki, MD () are featured speakers at the Atlanta Living Room, a patient education event, taking place on January 22.
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Kristin Higgins Jan 9
Congrats Nitin! Exciting work!
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