Conferences & Events

Lung Cancer Workshop. Tobacco-induced Disease: Advances in Policy, Early Detection, and Management

Since 2004, the Prevent Cancer Foundation has hosted a series of annual workshops focused on the application of high resolution CT imaging data to lung cancer drug development. This unique forum brings together key leaders in lung cancer early detection and development of new therapies for management of early-stage disease:

Multidisciplinary Approach to Lung Cancer Conference

The Argentine Association of Respiratory Medicine (AAMR) and the Latin American Thoracic Association (ALAT) will present the Multidisciplinary Approach to Lung Cancer Conference.

Lung Cancer: Advances in Current Treatment Modalities and Patient Classification

The topics to be discussed in this symposium include: lung cancer classification, common mutations and insights for patient selection, the use of intraoperative chemotherapy and minimally invasive surgery to treat thoracic cancers, and a discussion on insights from clinical trials using targeted and combination chemotherapy for small cell and non-small cell lung cancers.

14th Annual Targeted Therapies of the Treatment of Lung Cancer Meeting

The invitation-only meeting gathers the top scientists to discuss the latest advances in the treatment of lung cancer with targeted therapies.   

Co-Chairs: Drs. Paul A. Bunn, Jr., David H. Johnson and Roy Herbst

AACR IASLC Conference on Lung Cancer

The AACR IASLC Meeting brings together leaders from all over the world who share the goal of eradicating this form of cancer to discuss the basic, translational and clinical work that is improving lung cancer prevention, detection and treatment.