Lung Cancer Stigma’s Harmful Consequences

2019-07-10T17:27:28+00:00July 10th, 2019|Hot Topics|

Despite increased awareness around lung cancer in recent years, the stigma associated with the disease remains an issue for the lung cancer community. Beyond the known psychosocial issues associated with this stigma, our research has revealed that both patients and oncologists feel that the stigma can actually affect the level of care a patient receives and lead to worse health outcomes. Our very own Jennifer King, PhD, Senior Director, Science & Research, sat down with Cure magazine to discuss this social [...]

Highlights from World Conference on Lung Cancer

2018-10-01T13:48:43+00:00September 27th, 2018|Events, Hot Topics, News|

This week, the LCA team attended the 19th Annual World Conference on Lung Cancer (September 23-26, 2018) in Toronto, Canada. Jennifer C. King, PhD, Director of Science and Research, gives us the scoop on some of the research and treatment breakthroughs, and how they impact you! https://youtu.be/Q2S7akrHUVQ SCREENING REDUCES MORTALITY! Results from the Dutch-Belgium Lung Cancer Screening trial (NELSON) showed that lung cancer screening significantly reduces lung cancer mortality. In this trial, which was more favorable than the National Lung [...]