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Congress Report ELCC 2019
Preceptorship Shanghai – Modern Management of Advanced Lung Cancer:
Immunotherapy & Targeted Agents
Springer and the Shanghai Pulmonary Hospital held the Lung Cancer International Preceptorship on the 28th-29th June 2018, in Shanghai, China. The overall topic was the modern management of advanced lung cancer: Immunotherapy & Targeted Agents
Expert interviews at ELCC 2019
Prof. Garrido gives an overview of the management of patients with stage III NSCLC, novel treatments in stage III disease and recent insights concerning immune modulatory vaccination in patients with NSCLC.
Dr. Newsom-Davis on the treatment algorithm for ALK-positive NSCLC and future developments for patients with ALK/ROS1-positive tumors.
Prof. Peled talks about the importance of early detection of lung cancer – especially in poorer countries –, promising biomarkers for the early detection and new insights into the interactions between lung cancer cells and the tumor microenvironment.
Prof. Dingemans explains the importance of chemotherapy in the current management of NSCLC and promising new combinations of chemotherapeutic agents with other drug classes.