On Saturday, November 10, 2018, GRACE partnered with Swedish Cancer Institute to present a discussion on Local Therapies for Metastatic Lung Cancer...
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Dr. Heather Wakelee, Stanford University Medical Center, evaluates the lack of evidence for the use of targeted therapies after surgery, and describes ongoing trials attempting to resolve that issue.
Transcript Historically, lung cancer has been treated with a large incision between the ribs, and in the early-mid ‘90s we began to investigate uses...
Dr. David Harpole, Duke University Medical Center, defines the concept of mediastinal node sterilization and its use after neoadjuvant therapy.
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From the Grace Archives | Originally Published March 18, 2007 | By Dr. West Between 7 and 15% of patients with lung cancer develop a malignant...
After completing my unpacking from ASCO and beginning to see a path of light as I dig out from under the backup of work that accumulated, I wanted to...
Historically, surgery for lung cancer has been through an open thoracotomy (thorax = chest; otomy = cutting/slicing), which involves a long incision...
Videos now posted! OncTalk 2018 - Local Therapies for Metastatic Lung Cancer - Who, What, Why, When and How?
On Saturday, November 10, 2018, GRACE partnered with Swedish Cancer Institute to present a live and webcast discussion on Local Therapies for...