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New article: The impact of synchronous malignancies on survival in patients with early stage curable non-small-cell lung cancer.
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New article: YAP1 Expression in Small Cell Lung Cancer Defines a Distinct Subtype with T-cell Inflamed Phenotype.
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New article: Patterns of distant metastases in patients with clear cell renal cell carcinoma--A population-based analysis.
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New article: Role of Napsin A and Survivin Immunohistochemical Expression in Bronchogenic Adenocarcinoma.
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New article: Potential unreliability of uncommon ALK/ROS1/RET genomic breakpoints in predicting the efficacy of targeted therapy in NSCLC.
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New article: Differences in Cancer Mortality Trends between Metropolitan and Non-Metropolitan Areas in Japan, 1999-2018.
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OurWarOnCancer Nov 23
If U are a former or current smoker, it's important 2 learn about screening. 4 those at high risk, a simple, painless test might be right for you. LC is the . We must change that & screening will help
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New article: Crosstalk between alveolar macrophages and alveolar epithelial cells/fibroblasts contributes to the pulmonary toxicity of gefitinib.
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New article: Brigatinib in Japanese Patients With ALK-Positive Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Previously Treated With Alectinib and Other Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors: Outcomes of the Phase 2 J-ALTA Trial.
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New article: Measurement of Serum EGFR mRNA Expression is a Reliable Predictor of Treatment Response and Survival Outcomes in Non- Small Cell Lung Cancer.
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Kim Moran-MacIntosh πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ πŸ€ 21h
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EGFR Resisters 19h
Because of EGFR research, Grace Place was able to celebrate 29 years of marriage with her amazing husband.
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Deepak Khanna Nov 27
patients don’t have the time to wait. We need early detection, fast-track diagnosis and rapid referral to treatment to improve health outcomes.
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European Lung Foundation Nov 26
People with have a higher risk of Research has found that the ways people with IPF who get lung cancer are diagnosed and treated vary a lot in different countries; this means there is an urgent need for new guidelines.
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Kim Moran-MacIntosh πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ πŸ€ Nov 27
Day 27 I am thankful 4 almost 4 years of survivorship after a Dx of Stage4 , 4 the dedicated researchers / doctors who have made it possible. Grateful for the Amazing LC community who have enriched my life, inspired me & given .
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EGFR Resisters Nov 26
Because of EGFR research, Hardye Moel will celebrate her 4 year anniversary on November 30. Immense gratitude for these years to be with her family and friends. We must continue to research and find treatments/cures beyond where we are now.
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CATS Nov 25
Check out our upcoming round table discussion regarding the future of early stage December 3, 2020 at 4-6PM EST We have an exciting international panel of speakers. contact CATS@CanadianThoracicSurgeons.ca for more details/access.
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Thoracic Oncology Group of Australasia Nov 26
Inaugural TOGA scientific committee meeting today. TOGA investigators will propose ideas for trials and the peer- and consumer review process to maximise feasibility, relevance and improvements to lung cancer treatment.
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Kim Moran-MacIntosh πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ πŸ€ Nov 25
D25 7 Pemetrexed for another round. CT showing good response. Bring it on, be gone ! Forward we go! πŸ’—πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦
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Huntsman Cancer Inst Nov 24
Dear Patients and Your Loved Ones, We know how cancer impacts your lives. It has touched our lives too. We want you to know we are working hard every day to uncover clues and new strategies for treating . A Letter of Hope from the Oliver Lab:
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