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BTOG works collaboratively with many other organisations, societies and groups to build close and enduring relationships and to have mutual memberships to ensure representation.
The only global organisation dedicated to the study of lung cancer. Founded in 1974, the association's membership includes more than 6,500 lung cancer specialists in over 100 countries.
Neuroendocrine Cancer UK has launched the competency-based, CPD accredited NCUK Academy Nurse Course.
The NCUK Academy was designed for nurses (and allied healthcare professionals), working across a range of healthcare settings, to provide an easy to access, online resource for Neuroendocrine Cancers, what it is, how it may present and how it is diagnosed, treated and managed.
BTOG is a member of the Taskforce for Lung Heath - a collaboration of the largest ever group of organisations and individuals who have come together, as a team, to improve lung health. The Taskforce has 39 members including patients, health care professionals, the voluntary sector and professional associations.