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We have a lung cancer crisis in Canada
April 28, 2013
One in 12 Canadians will receive a lung cancer diagnosis in his or her lifetime.
CFUV-FM CLCCO & Genetic Mutation Testing for Lung Cancer
Free Webinar on January 17th,2013
Lung Cancer Highlights 2012, by Dr. Natasha Leighl
Thursday, January 17, 2013, 4:00 PM Pacific, 7:00 PM Eastern
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The Lung Cancer Disease Pathway
Disease Pathway Maps (pathways) are a quality improvement tool for the Ontario cancer system.
Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
PET or positron emission tomography, is a special type of an x-ray. PET is currently being evaluated in the staging and treatment of lung cancer patients.
Adjuvant Chemotherapy in Early Stage Lung Cancer
MD, MSEd, FRCP(C), Toronto Ontario
Lung Cancer Canada Volunteer Writer
Radiation in Lung Cancer Treatment
The role of radiation is quite widespread. Radiation, alone, may be offered in very early (stage I and stage II non-small cell carcinoma of the lung) disease, considered unsuitable for surgery in patients who either refuse or are unable to have the surgery for medical reasons. Radiation can be given to the tumour with good effect, which approximates the outcomes with surgery.
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