Posted on April 2, 2018 by Gray Connections
On Thursday April 5, 2018, at 8 PM Eastern Daylight Time (5 PM Pacific Daylight Time), #LCSM Chat will hold an Open Mic Nite to talk about whatever lung cancer topics are foremost on our minds. Our moderator will be Janet Freeman-Daily (@JFreemanDaily). This would be a particularly good chat for those who are just starting with Twitter or tweet chats (please check out our tweetchat primer). Hope you’ll join us!
Posted on March 18, 2018 by #LCSM Chat
#LCSM Chat Topic 3/22: Slicing the Pie–How Can Lung Cancer Patient Groups, Clinicians, and Researchers Best Work Together?
Lung cancer management has shifted from a broadly defined process to one increasingly recognized as narrow subgroups that have distinct patterns of cancer biology and optimal treatments. The first patient group to splinter into a separate branch of management was the approximately 10% of people with EGFR mutation-positive NSCLC, and the treatment options for them continue to become deeper and more complex as we gain more active agents and struggle with enviable problems like the best sequencing and protection of the brain against metastatic spread. Other “driver mutations” such as ALK and… Read More
Posted on November 27, 2017 by Gray Connections
We end lung cancer awareness month with a very interesting topic. The next #LCSM Tweet Chat on Thursday, November 30th at 5 PM Pacific/ 8 PM Eastern will discuss “Expanding the web of knowledge in #lungcancer.” The moderator for this chat is Dr. David Tom Cooke (@DavidCookeMD). There is a vast amount of information on the optimal treatments and approaches to beat lung cancer. Whether it is lung cancer screening, surgery for early stage disease, SBRT for patients with early stage disease who are not candidates for surgery, the importance of molecular… Read More