The end of a year is always a time for reflection on the past alongside hope for the future, so our upcoming lung cancer social media tweet chat on twitter (#LCSM on twitter) will focus on everyone's thoughts of the most significant developments in lung cancer over the past year, along with predictions and hopes for the coming year.
Please join us Thursday, January 2nd at 8 PM Eastern, 5 PM Pacific on Twitter, using the hashtag #LCSM to follow and add to our one-hour chat with the global lung cancer community, where we'll cover the following three questions:
1) What do you think were the biggest advances in lung cancer in 2013?
2) What do you predict as key changes in lung cancer in the upcoming year?
3) What is your leading possible hope/goal for the lung cancer world in 2014?
It should be a lively, upbeat discussion, so please join us Thursday, or share your thoughts here before or after the live event. Hope to see you there!
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