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The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center

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Lung Cancer News & Events

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Upcoming Events

Lung Cancer During COVID-19 Educational Sessions - November 2020

This year's virtual patient education presentation will take place on November 6th, 13th, and 20th.

To register for any of our presentations, please use the following links:

Past Events

Breathe Easy: Lung Cancer Prevention, Screening and Treatment – April 27, 2018

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For individuals with lung cancer and their family members who want to learn more about:

  • Emerging uses of immunotherapy
  • New options for patients with targetable mutations
  • Integrative medicine (such as mindfulness, diet and exercise)
  • Support for caregivers
  • Surgery and radiation in stage 4 disease (emerging options)
  • Lung cancer prevention and early detection (screening, smoking cessation, etc.)
  • Lung Cancer 2025: Where Are We Headed?


Thriving and Surviving Lung Cancer – November 3, 2016

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"Treatment Options for Lung Cancer" - Online Seminar

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Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death worldwide, but early diagnosis and a team approach to treating the disease can increase survival rates. In this online seminar, Johns Hopkins thoracic oncology experts Julie Brahmer and Richard Battafarano discussed treatments for lung cancer and how pioneering research is leading to new options for patients.

Watch Recorded Seminar

"Living with Lung Cancer" - Online Seminar

Watch the Living with Lung Cancer Seminar and Panel Discussion from Johns Hopkins

Watch "Is Lung Cancer Screening Right for Me? A Discussion About Individualized Risk, Screening and Prevention"

Watch "Living With Lung Cancer: New Discoveries and Approaches"

Watch "Living with Lung Cancer: Thriving and Surviving Lung Cancer Seminar - November 6, 2014


Read research and lung cancer news the Cancer Matters blog 
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