Looking back to 2021, the GECP marks the high point of this year as the organization of the 9th Portuguese Congress on Lung Cancer in face-to-face format, which does something that the COVID-19 pandemic made it impossible for us in…
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Today is the National Non-Smoker Day, an event created with the aim of congratulating all Portuguese people who do not smoke and who thus contribute to their health.It is common knowledge that tobacco has numerous harms and a negative impact…
At the age of 21, the Lung Cancer Study Group (GECP) decided to update its logo. For this, 4 options were created, which were put into televoting over the 3 days of the 9th GECP Congress, so that participants could…
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” The GECP launches a Lung Cancer Guide for patients and caregivers, with everything you should know about the disease and the treatments currently available. The more informed you are, the better you will be able to ask the right questions and participate in decisions regarding your treatment plan.“
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Develop a dynamic that allows studies in the area of thoracic tumors to be carried out at the initiative of GECP members.
Support and participate in initiatives of other groups, societies or entities for the elaboration of transversal and multidisciplinary studies in the area of thoracic tumors
Create a Scientific Award and a Grant, in the areas of academic formation, research and / or acquisition of new techniques.
Complete and spread, either in publication or on the websites, the national guidelines for diagnostic and treatment of chest tumors.
Streamline the Journal of the Lung Cancer Study Group, evolving into a more comprehensive format that reflects the Portuguese reality, and open to all who want to participate in it.
SOCIAL AWARENESS ACTIVITY
Improve and streamline the GECP website in real time and with greater interactivity.
Establish partnerships with patient Associations
Carry out lung cancer dissemination activities in the context of prevention, combating risk factors, and alert to signs and symptoms of thoracic oncological disease and its relationship with smoking.
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