Covid-19 rapidly affected our lives and the life of our patients. Vaccination campaign started in 2021. At least four types of vaccines are widely used in the US (Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson and Johnson and Astra Zeneca).

The course consists of two debates. The first debate consists of two thoracic oncologists with one arguing for the use of surgery and one against the use of surgery for patients with stage III NSCLC.

The course presents a review of recent changes in the management of resected NSCLC as well as the management of patients with early stage NSCLC treated with SBRT. The four main topics are:

This panel discussion (part 3) presents on overcoming barriers to come for lung cancer, and includes a pulmonologist, a radiation oncologist, a thoracic surgeon, and a medical oncologist.

This panel discussion (part 2) presents on overcoming barriers to come for lung cancer, and includes a pulmonologist, a radiation oncologist, a thoracic surgeon, and a medical oncologist.

This panel discussion (part 1) presents on overcoming barriers to come for lung cancer, and includes a pulmonologist, a radiation oncologist, a thoracic surgeon, and a medical oncologist.

This education activity is aimed at updating participants with the latest available data regarding the use of radiotherapy for patients with metastatic lung cancer. The primary focus will be on the use of radiotherapy with curative intent for patients with limited metastatic disease.

This activity present on the the topic of: Lung SABR for early stage NSCLC, reviewing patient selection, treatment planning, dose-fractionation followed by challenging aspects such as ultra-central lesions and reirradiation, and Locally advanced (Stage III NSCLC), discussing patient selection for

The management of non-small cell lung cancer has undergone major transformation in the last three years driven by the increasing using of immunotherapy as well as local ablative therapies in advanced stage disease.

This is an educational course - a deeper dive on Lung Cancer and it includes video, slides, and audio files from the following sessions presented in 2021:

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