New Treatment Protocols for Early Stage Lung Cancer

New Treatment Protocols for Early Stage Lung Cancer

Historically, a patient presenting with a new lung cancer diagnosis in the early stages and confined to the chest would be referred directly for surgery, possibly followed by chemotherapy. Today, the care pathway is shifting to include medical oncology intervention that is providing better outcomes. Learn more about this protocol, which is the first advancement in treating lung cancer in 30 years.

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