The latest news from the British Thoracic Oncology Group (BTOG):
BTOG would like to say a fond farewell and thank you to Steering Committee members who have recently stepped-down. Matthew Hatton, Sam Janes, Jason Lester, Denis Talbot and Cindy Billingham have worked with BTOG for many years and their contribution … Read More
Dear colleagues, At this difficult time we all want to know how best to treat our patients. For this reason BTOG believes that for COVID-19 infected patients with thoracic malignancies, data capture at the International level is paramount. BTOG therefore … Read More
Colleagues, After careful consideration, BTOG has sadly decided that BTOG 2021 will not go ahead in January 2021. We hope to be able to hold BTOG 2021 in Spring 2021 and our 20th Conference – BTOG 2022 is in the … Read More
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
Due to succession planning there will be 7 available positions and applications are welcome from the following areas: Medical Oncology Radiology Pharmacy Science/Research Clinical Oncology Surgery Palliative Care Deadline Monday 16 March 2020 BTOG Steering Committee Members will: Sit on … Read More
BTOG has now appointed the Steering Committee Trainees: Helen McDill was appointed for Respiratory Trainee Representative and Adam Januszewski was appointed as Oncology Trainee Representative. We received many more applications than we were expecting, and every one was of a … Read More
Registration is now open for the International Mesothelioma Interest Group meeting, iMig 2020, in Brisbane, Australia, 25th-28th March, 2020. The closing date for abstracts is 30th October and can be submitted online. The event will bring together over 500 delegates from … Read More
Each year the British Thoracic Oncology Group (BTOG) gives a lifetime achievement award to an individual who in the steering committee’s opinion has made a significant contribution to the management of thoracic malignancies in the UK and Ireland. The award … Read More
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The BTOG Position Statement 2018 is now available. This document provides the brief background of BTOG and achievements to date and confirms BTOG’s Core Principles and Key Activities. Please view here. British Thoracic Oncology Group Position Statement Final July 2018
The Second Edition of the IASLC Staging Manual in Thoracic Oncology reports on the latest revisions of the tumor, node and metastasis (TNM) classifications of thoracic malignancies, namely, lung cancer, malignant pleural mesothelioma, carcinoma of the esophagus and of the … Read More
BTOG distributed this EORTC survey to our members and the resulting article has just been published: Diversity of brain metastases screening and management in non-small cell lung cancer in Europe: Results of the European Organisation for Research and Treatment of … Read More
Article from the European Journal of Cancer: Carboplatin versus two doses of cisplatin in combination with gemcitabine in the treatment of advanced non-small cell lung cancer: Results from a British Thoracic Oncology Group randomised phase III trial Please see article.
ASCO 2017 National Update – Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation in partnership with BTOG Friday 9th June 2017 – Wellcome Collection, London The main focus for this Roy Castle Lung Castle Foundation meeting, planned in partnership with the British Thoracic … Read More
Dr Sanjay Popat is Consultant Thoracic Medical Oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer in the Molecular Genetics and Genomics Group at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London. Dr Popat has published in … Read More