The IASLC is collecting member and patient experiences with COVID-19 as a way to pool knowledge and connect our members during this public health crisis. These stories, information from the Journal of Thoracic Oncology (JTO), and official statements from the IASLC will be published on this page. In addition, this page will feature links to important resources such as journal articles and social media groups relevant to the care of patients with lung cancer.
If you would like to share a video or written statement about your personal interactions, concerns, guidance and hopes, please send your submission via email to [email protected]. Instructions about how to transfer video files will be supplied as requested.
Economics of Locally Advanced Lung Cancer Before and During COVID-19 Pandemic: A Perspective for Developing Countries
Lung Cancer Considered Episodes
JTO and JTO CRR Articles
COVID-19 and Thoracic Malignancies
COVID-19 AND CANCER
It is not easy to find a cohesive collection of relevant journal articles and rapidly changing guidelines about COVID-19 in relation to patients with cancer. Erin M. Bange, MD, is a first-year oncology fellow at Penn Medicine, a diverse clinical and research entity of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Bange has assembled oncology-specific information into a helpful document, which IASLC will be posting as updated every few days.
Other Helpful Resources
Access various helpful resources:
- General COVID-19 Q&A: Facts and Experiences
- Guidelines/Recommendations from Other Medical Societies
- Information from Government/Non-Government Organizations
- Patient Resources
- Peer-Reviewed Publications