New report highlights practical considerations to advance the earlier detection of lung cancer
The Lung Cancer Policy Network has published a report which recognises the importance of earlier detection for improving outcomes for people with lung cancer.
New report seeks to support policymakers in developing high-quality care pathways for lung cancer
The Lung Cancer Policy Network has published a new report focusing on the importance of establishing high-quality care pathways for lung cancer.
Network joins FOKUS Patient Cancer Forum to advance EU screening priorities
In this blog we reflect on some of the main messages we heard from the fantastic presentations and discussions that took place at the event.
Lung Cancer Policy Network publishes factsheets on the value of LDCT screening for lung cancer
To coincide with Lung Cancer Awareness Month, the Lung Cancer Policy Network has published a series of five factsheets to illustrate the value of LDCT screening programmes for lung cancer.
From pilot to programme: Lung cancer screening updates from the UK
In October 2023, the Lung Cancer Policy Network was pleased to join the British Thoracic Oncology Group’s third Essential Update event on lung cancer screening.
Lung cancer screening: your questions answered
We share responses from members of the Lung Cancer Policy Network to questions raised during a webinar exploring different approaches to implementing a lung cancer screening programme.
Meet our members: Jan van Meerbeeck
We speak to Network member Jan van Meerbeeck, Honorary Professor of Pulmonology, Antwerp University and Ghent University, and Senior Consultant Thoracic Oncologist, Antwerp University Hospital, Belgium
The opportunity for rapid access to cytologists in the diagnosis of lung cancer at the Karolinska Institute
We spoke with Network member Vitali Grozman, where he shared his insights on the potential benefit of immediate access to cytologists in lung cancer diagnosis.
Reflections from the World Conference on Lung Cancer 2023
The Lung Cancer Policy Network was pleased to join clinicians, researchers and patient advocates from around the world in Singapore at the World Conference on Lung Cancer (WCLC) 2023.
Meet our members: Stefania Vallone
We speak to Network member Stefania Vallone, Board member, Women Against Lung Cancer in Europe (WALCE)
Lung Cancer Policy Network to attend WCLC 2023
On 9–12 September, the Lung Cancer Policy Network will be attending this year’s World Conference on Lung Cancer in Singapore.
Learning from Taiwan: implementing a national lung cancer screening programme
We spoke with Network member Professor Pan-Chyr Yang, who shared his experience of setting up a national lung cancer screening programme in Taiwan.