“Om” is the most sacred syllable in Sanskrit language that reflects wisdom. “Oops” is the stupid sound we make when we have said or done something wrong. Over the past ten years of clinical research on molecular targeted therapy we have experienced much “Om” and “Oops”.
Early detection saves lives. This statement is well established for multiple malignancies including breast, liver, colorectal and cervical cancers. But for lung cancer, supporting evidence for early detection of lung cancer has been lacking until the release of National Lung Screening Trial (NLST) data in 2011.