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December 2013 Newsletter

I would like to take this unique opportunity to wish all members of IASLC a prosperous 2014. According to the Chinese Lunar Calendar (New Year starts on January 31), 2014 is Year of the Horse, which represents energy, warmth, intelligence and durability. The Chinese word “Qianli Ma” literally means “thousand mile horse” implying someone with ability to endure hardship and to complete the designated mission.

There will be a minimum of 3 awards - 1 from each region - North America, Europe and Asia/Rest of World.  For more information, please visit IASLC Fellowship Guidelines.

ELCC Abstract submission deadline extended to Monday, 9 December 2013!

November 2013

IASLC was built on friendship and will only grow by the support of friendship. Over the next few years we shall take our friendship to a new horizon. The strength of our current membership is broad representation of specialists with targeted interest in prevention, diagnosis, treatment and research in lung cancer. However, we actually have a few members from community oncology practice who deliver direct care to a large portion of lung cancer patients. They look after multiple cancer types, thus will demand more precise and practical information.

Personalized Medicine for Patients with Advanced NSCLC: Perspectives from Asia

SYDNEY – In order to improve prognosis and quality of lung cancer care the Danish Lung Cancer Group has developed a strategy consisting of national clinical guidelines and a clinical quality and research database. In 1998 the first edition of guidelines was published and a registry was opened for registrations in the year 2000. This abstract describes the methods used and the result obtained through the collaborative work and discusses how to improve the quality of lung cancer care through the development and monitoring of indicators.

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