#LCSM Chat Topic 9/3/2020: Is #Cancer Advocacy for Everyone?

The September 3 #LCSM Chat will tackle the issue of making time for cancer advocacy. Most media outlets shared that “Black Panther” star Chadwick Boseman died of colon cancer last week at age 43. He kept his illness a secret, and managed to complete several major film projects while dealing with surgeries and chemotherapy sessions.  While such a high-profile entertainer might have made a powerful colon cancer advocate, his choice to keep working as an actor has had (and continues to have) a positive impact on millions of lives internationally. It’s hard… Read More

#LCSM Chat Topic 8/6/2020: Update on #COVID19 and #LungCancer

#LCSM Chat last discussed COVID-19 and lung cancer in its April 2nd Chat. Much has changed in a mere four months. The USA has had about 4.5 million COVID-19 cases and over 150,000 deaths to date. We have a better understanding of some things related to COVID-19, yet we know more is unknown. The public’s patience with lockdowns and preventative measures wears thin. With each passing day, our necessary human social interactions become more distant, which is harmful to all in the lung cancer community. The strain on some hospitals and clinics… Read More

#LCSM Chat Topic 6/4/2020: #ASCO20 Roundup for #LungCancer

Please join #LCSM Chat Thursday, June 4, 2020, at 8 pm Eastern time (5 pm Pacific) to discuss the ASCO 2020 Annual Virtual Meeting presentations related to lung cancer. Usually, the ASCO Annual Meeting is held in Chicago, Illinois at the end of May/beginning of June, and attracts over 40,000 attendees from around the world.  Due to social distancing recommended during the COVID-19 pandemic, ASCO 2020 is being conducted virtually this year.  The scientific program happened May 29-31, and the educational program will happen August 8-10.  The meeting was FREE to ASCO… Read More