We've covered a wide range of topics in our "ASCO 2012 Lung Cancer Highlights" podcast series over the last few weeks. This webinar and the podcasts from it featured Drs. Mark Socinski from the University of Pittsburgh and Joel Neal from Stanford Cancer Center; following their presentations, they did a question and answer session together, covering a wide range of leading topics in lung cancer from ASCO. Here's that Q&A session.
That's the end of this series, and we again thank LUNGevity Foundation for partnering with us to make it possible. I hope you found it valuable. If there was a favorite topic, or one that didn't get a mention that you hoped would, please let us know with a comment.
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