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This is a continuation of my discussion with Dr. Matthew Horton, a pathologist with a special training and a great expertise in lung pathology who works here in Seattle at a company called CellNetix.
This portion of our discussion covers the spectrum of neuroendocrine lung tumors, ranging from carcinoids to small cell lung cancer and large cell neuroendocrine carcinomas; we then turn to a discussion of bronchioloalveolar carcinoma (BAC), including everything from a little history to a look forward at a new interpretation of BAC. Below you'll find the audio and video versions of our discussion (the video with a few images of what we're talking about), and the associated transcript and figures.
We'll conclude the discussion with Dr. Horton in a final podcast from my interview with him.
Please feel free to offer comments and raise questions in our
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