Highlights from 2023
Hear from Dr. David Carbone of The Ohio State University, one of the leaders in lung cancer research, who will answer questions posed by LCFA President Kim Norris and Executive Director Jim Baranksi.
I find it a beautiful thing about how science intersects medicine today. Where we can analyze genes and pick a drug based on a gene or a profile, give it to a patient. And go from being in pain and shortness of breath with potentially weeks or months to be back to a normal quality of life often with just an oral pill everyday. ”
Dr. David Carbone, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
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It’s hard to believe this is the fourth annual Lung Cancer Foundation of America social media takeover! We are thrilled to share the stories of patient advocates who are using their voices to educate and empower those who have been recently diagnosed, offering stories of hope and triumph, while showcasing how it is they are truly living with lung cancer.
Meanwhile, you’ll also hear from some of the world’s leading lung cancer doctors who are shining light on new research and renewed hope surrounding treatment for lung cancer patients. Later in this video, Dr. David Carbone offers an overview of what we’re seeing now in lung cancer research and just how far we’ve come in only a couple of decades. Thanks for watching and be sure to like, comment and share to support lung cancer research and spread the word!
- New tools that alter the lives of lung cancer surgery patients for the better
- Exciting, new treatments for Small Cell Lung Cancer
- The importance of improving minority participation in clinical trials
- The impact of perioperative therapies
Lung Cancer Foundation of America is proud to support World Lung Cancer Day by raising awareness through a social media takeover by our dedicated Speakers Bureau and Young Investigators.
They will be sharing their stories of how they use their lungs and how lung cancer research has made a difference. We thank them for their personal commitment and how their actions will illustrate this year’s theme so well.
New research, diagnosis, and treatment breakthroughs in the last 10 years have brought new hope to patients and their families.
LCFA has been instrumental in developing a continuing public dialogue. Through annual media campaigns, LCFA has been dedicated to education and research – the route to the early diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer and, hopefully, the cure.