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International Lung Cancer Survivorship Conference

Join us on August 27, 2021

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Learn, connect, and find hope for lung cancer

August 27-28, 2021


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What is the International Lung Cancer Survivorship Conference?

The International Lung Cancer Survivorship Conference (ILCSC) brings education, support, community, and hope to lung cancer patients, caregivers, and advocates.

This virtual conference provides opportunities for attendees to hear from world-renowned researchers on the latest treatments, learn about ways to manage their lung cancer and treatment journey, and find hope in today’s scientific progress.

Who is the conference for?

ILCSC is for anyone affected by lung cancer! Whether you are new to your lung cancer diagnosis, want to gain a better understanding of the disease and advancements, or learn how to better manage your cancer, there are sessions for you.

Last year's virtual conference attracted more than 1,400 participants from 38 countries! Help us bring essential information and support to even more people affected by lung cancer by sharing this year's event with your friends, family, and others who might be interested.

People at ILCSC

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What should I expect?

ILCSC is packed with educational sessions, inspirational speakers, medical expert forums, and dedicated breakout sessions for special interests. See the draft agenda.

In addition to the educational components, the conference will  feature a virtual exhibit hall and participant meetups to connect you with more resources and support to make your lung cancer journey more manageable.


What does the conference cost?

ILCSC is FREE to attend, but advance registration is required.

Register now!

Pre-conference Learning

We encourage you to view these sessions prior to the conference to begin your educational journey.

Surgery 101

Timothy Mullet, MD, MBA, FACS, Medical Director, Markey Cancer Center Network Development; UK Markey Cancer Center

Chemotherapy 101

Jyoti Patel, MD, Medical Director of Thoracic Oncology and Assistant Director for Clinical Research at the Lurie Cancer Center; Northwestern Medicine

Radiation 101

Drew Moghanaki, MD, MPH, Professor and Chief of Thoracic Oncology Service; UCLA Health



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