IASLC Lung Cancer Staging Project: Proposals for the Revisions of the T Descriptors in the Forthcoming Eighth Edition of the TNM Classification for Lung Cancer


The 16th World Conference on Lung Cancer will be a great time and an exciting opportunity for all interested in lung cancer.

June 2015 Newsletter

President's Corner: I see what you mean

May 2015 Newsletter

President's Corner: To cure or to heal

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Monday 1 June 2015:  16:00 – 18:00

In the past few years the use of e-cigarettes has increased rapidly in the US, with some tobacco control experts projecting that e-cigarette sales could surpass sales of traditional cigarettes in the near future. This rapid rise has stimulated a vigorous debate in the tobacco control community over the potential public health impact of these products and about how best to regulate them. Some argue that e-cigarettes may help tobacco cessation efforts, others argue that these products may lead to nicotine addiction among youth, which may lead to use of conventional cigarettes. However, elucidating the relationship between e-cigarette use and future health outcomes is complicated by challenges in the accurate measurement of e-cigarette use and correlates of use.