Lung Cancer Masterclass: Get Smart About Lung Cancer

Juhi Kunde, Director of Patient Gateways and Science Marketing
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In the past five years, the lung cancer community has seen an astonishing number of new treatments. As our understanding of lung cancer has deepened, the older treatment approaches have also become more effective and efficient.  

These options are fantastic steps toward improving the overall survival and quality of life for people living with lung cancer, but it can be difficult for patients and caregivers to keep track of the new drug treatments and scientific advancements.  

Each year, LUNGevity offers a free virtual conference, the International Lung Cancer Survivorship Conference, or ILCSC, to help people with lung cancer, caregivers, friends, and family stay up-to-date on the latest treatment news.  

The 2023 event included a set of 101 pre-sessions—previously recorded webinars on lung cancer treatments. We’ve included links to five of these webinars below, so you can get up-to-speed on the topics you care about.  

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Surgery 101

Join Timothy Mullet, MD, from the University of Kentucky, as he shares his 30 years of experience as a thoracic surgeon walking with patients through the lung cancer journey. He discusses lung cancer detection and evaluation, making treatment decisions, the surgery itself, and the follow-up care.  

Radiation 101

Join Drew Moghanaki, MD, MPH, from the University of California Los Angeles and the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, as he reviews historical progress in cancer treatments, offers an overview of radiation therapy, and explains the importance of multi-disciplinary care. 

Chemotherapy 101

Join Jyoti Patel, MD, from Northwestern University, as she reviews the different types of cancer treatments, explains how chemotherapy works, highlights the different types of chemotherapy available, and discusses clinical trials. 

Targeted Therapies 101

Join Benjamin Levy, MD, from Johns Hopkins University, as he offers a hopeful overview of lung cancer survival rates and treatment approaches, explains how targeted therapies work, and discusses drug resistance.

Clinical Trials 101

Join Vivek Subbiah, MD, from Sarah Cannon Research Institute, as he reviews the basics of clinical trials, including what they are, where they take place, and why they are important.  

Learn more about the International Lung Cancer Survivorship Conference and how it helps people become active participants in their healthcare decisions.