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Horizons: Thoracic Intervention and Surgery to Cure Lung Cancer

Friday, November 11, 2016


Royal Society of Medicine 1 Wimpole Street
United Kingdom

Contact Information

Alison Chan
Phone: 02072903937
Fax: 02072903992

Join us for a TED-style meeting to address the cutting-edge solutions and technologies needed to cure lung cancer cases issues.
Lung cancer remains a major killer. Tantalisingly, tools to cure many more cases are within our grasp. Thoracic intervention and surgery has been transformed and the pace of change continues rapidly yet a cross specialty approach incorporating earlier diagnosis, personalised therapy and access to the cutting edge of thoracic intervention and surgery is still needed.

Each talk will cover a range of topics, from how to build awareness of the bold steps, team-work, clinical networks and technologies needed to cure many more lung cancer cases to presenting the latest cutting-edge minimal access techniques such as utility-incision free lung surgery, micro portal surgery, subxiphoid surgery and robotics, presented through highly interactive and video presentations.. The meeting will also look at the health economic, evaluation and business implications.

Abstract Due

Friday, September 30, 2016
CME is Available