On demand: BTOG Masterclass: Stage III NSCLC

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Live on Thursday 3rd December 2020 – 17:30 – 18:30 and available on demand shortly thereafter. To join this event, register at www.btogwebinars.org If you have previously registered at btogwebinars.org (for a previous BTOG webinar), you don’t need to re-register, … Read More

NICE publishes lung cancer report

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The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence’s (NICE) latest impact report on lung cancer is now available on its website. The impact report brings together NICE recommendations and real-world data to highlight how implementing NICE guidance is making a … Read More

Lifelong learning

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February 2020 By Dr Adam Januszewski, Higher Specialty Trainee in Medical Oncology and Honorary Clinical Fellow, Imperial College London On application to medical school, lifelong learning is what I signed up to. Although at that point I wasn’t entirely sure … Read More

Palliative care – why go to BTOG?

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February 2020 By Dr Antonia Field-Smith, Consultant in Palliative Medicine, West Middlesex University Hospital Despite all the recent successes with immunotherapy, I am well aware that lung cancer remains the most common cause of cancer death in the UK. The … Read More

Full of ideas following BTOG 2020

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February 2020 By Dr Helen McDill, Respiratory Registrar and Interventional Respiratory Fellow, Derriford Hospital, Plymouth NHS Trust What a fantastic 3 days at BTOG 2020 – I have returned back to work full of ideas and enthusiasm about how to … Read More

Checkmate-227 study at ESMO 2019

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November 2019 By Tom Newsom-Davis, BTOG Vice-Chair 1st Line Combination Immunotherapy for NSCLC: Checkmate-227 Further results from the Checkmate-227 trial were presented at ESMO 2019. Checkmate-227 is a study with multiple treatment arms, which has released results at various stages … Read More

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