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PAP opening to nivolumab + ipilimumab

PAP opening to nivolumab + ipilimumab

After the recent opening of two Early Access Programs (PAP) to tepotinib and amivantamab (see news here!) for the treatment of two subtypes of lung cancer, INFARMED granted the request for a PAP to nivolumab in combination with ipilimumab for…

WORLD HEALTH DAY – APRIL 7, TIPS 7,  SPECIALISTS 7

WORLD HEALTH DAY – APRIL 7, TIPS 7, SPECIALISTS 7

Did you know that today, Thursday, April 7, is World Health Day? This year, to mark this date, the Lung Cancer Study Group will publish a digital campaign with tips to take care of lung health… and beyond! Accept the…

Webinar “The Importance of Early Diagnosis of Lung Cancer”

Webinar “The Importance of Early Diagnosis of Lung Cancer”

Next March 31 at 6 pm Pulmonale will hold another webinar, on the theme “The Importance of Early Diagnosis of Lung Cancer” In a dialogue moderated by journalist Vera Arreigoso, Dr. Barbara Parente and Dr. Fernanda Estevinho will be chatting…

The Spring Meeting

The Spring Meeting

Yesterday, March 19th, the Spring Meeting took place, aimed at GECP members. The chosen location was the Montebelo Vista Alegre Ílhavo Hotel. We appreciate everyone’s strong turnout, we had a full room and a very participatory audience. Very soon, we…

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“Cancer: When will it be cured?”

Yesterday, the Fronteiras XXI program (which results from a partnership between the Francisco Manuel dos Santos Foundation and RTP) took place, dedicated to “Cancer: When will it be cured?”, which was attended by several specialists in the area, among which…

New Journal of the Lung Cancer Study Group

New Journal of the Lung Cancer Study Group

The Journal of the Lung Cancer Study Group, Vol. XVIII, nº2 of 2021, is now available for consultation and free download here! “New challenges” is the title of the article by Dr. Paulo Costa, a member of the GECP Board,…

World Sick Day

World Sick Day

Today, February 11, marks the World Day of the Sick, a date instituted by Pope John Paul II 30 years ago, in 1992, and which has served to raise awareness of the need for a personalized and holistic follow-up to…

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