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Bob Steele @steele_bob
I see https://t.co/a2EAq02tQu is not working again. I'm using tweetchat tonight #lcsm
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Welcome to #LCSM Chat! Our topic for March 7th: Biomarker Magicians, (or Why We Love Pathologists) More info at https://t.co/QszYTpYn3I
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Welcome to #LCSM Chat! Our topic for March 7th: Biomarker Magicians, (or Why We Love Pathologists) More info at https://…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
I’m your moderator, Tim Allen (@timallenmdjd) Pulmonary pathologist. Professor and Chair of the Department of Pathology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi #LCSM
Faces of Lung Cancer @LungCancerFaces
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Welcome to #LCSM Chat! Our topic for March 7th: Biomarker Magicians, (or Why We Love Pathologists) More info at https://…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: I’m your moderator, Tim Allen (@timallenmdjd) Pulmonary pathologist. Professor and Chair of the Department of Pathology a…
Joni Fowler @jfowlerpharmd
@TimAllenMDJD 👋🏼 Such an important topic! #lcsm
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
We'll get started in a few minutes -- please take a moment to introduce yourselves. #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@TimAllenMDJD Hi Tim! Welcome to your first round of moderating #LCSM Chat! Excited to learn about this topic. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
@jfowlerpharmd @TimAllenMDJD Welcome! #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JFreemanDaily: @TimAllenMDJD Hi Tim! Welcome to your first round of moderating #LCSM Chat! Excited to learn about this topic. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: We'll get started in a few minutes -- please take a moment to introduce yourselves. #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
If you are new to Twitter chats and/or #LCSM Chat, you might find our primer on how to participate helpful https://t.co/shziI4bmml
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Thank you, @JFreemanDaily! Looking forward to a great hour with the #LCSM team!
Jill @jillfeldman4
Hi, Jill here. Looking forward to discussing this important topic! #LCSM
Faces of Lung Cancer @LungCancerFaces
Deana here coming at you from sunny Los Angeles. I'll be tweeting from the @lcsmchat account tonight. #lcsm
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Please remember to use #LCSM in all your tweets so others participating in the chat can see them.
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@TimAllenMDJD Janet Freeman-Daily -- writer, science geek, stage IV lung cancer patient/activist. https://t.co/OBCc87ZwkG #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
@jillfeldman4 Hi Jill! #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Please remember to use #LCSM in all your tweets so others participating in the chat can see them.
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@jillfeldman4 Hi Jill! Good to see you here. #LCSM
KC Dill @kasedill
Hello from the Houston suburbs #Lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@jfowlerpharmd @TimAllenMDJD Hi Joni! Glad you joined us. #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Hi, Jill. Welcome! #LCSM
KC Dill @kasedill
@TimAllenMDJD Hello! #Lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
@kasedill Welcome! Thanks for joining. #lcsm
Lung Cancer Sux @LungCancerSux
Hi there! Hubby is 8+ yr stage IV. Very exciting chat tonight! #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@LungCancerFaces @lcsmchat Sunny? We had SNOW again in Seattle. Amazing. #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Howdy, @kasedill #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
If you prefer just to listen, please tweet “#LCSM” so we know you’re in the audience (but I urge you ahead and join in! It’s a great #LCSM team!)
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
@LungCancerSux Welcome! Good to "see" you tonight. #lcsm
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
Hi, friends! Always thrilled to join! We are a performance art-based nonprofit in the Boston area dedicated to raising funds for #lungcancer research! #lcsm
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Please do not promote products or services on the #LCSM feed or during the chat. Feel free to share vetted online resources.
Betsy @wildwestannie
Hi all. Betsy here. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: If you prefer just to listen, please tweet “#LCSM” so we know you’re in the audience (but I urge you ahead and join in! I…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@kasedill @TimAllenMDJD Welcome KC and LC Sux! @LungCancerSux 8 years surviving LC is terrific. #LCSM
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
Hi, friends! <3 #lcsm
Devika Das,MD @DevikaDasMD
@TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat VA Medical oncologist ( here to learn from our pathology team members ) #lcsm
Dianne Grunes @DrGrunes
#LCSM First Twitter chat. Happy for it to be on such an important subject.
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@UpstageLungCanc Welcome! When was your most recent performance? #LCSM
Faces of Lung Cancer @LungCancerFaces
RT @TimAllenMDJD: If you prefer just to listen, please tweet “#LCSM” so we know you’re in the audience (but I urge you ahead and join in! I…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
If you change someone’s words when you retweet, please label it MT (modified tweet). #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@wildwestannie Glad you joined us, Betsy. #LCSM
KC Dill @kasedill
@JFreemanDaily @TimAllenMDJD @LungCancerSux Hi Janet! #Lcsm
H. Jack West, MD @JackWestMD
Dr. Jack West here, just having relocated to at least intermittently sunny LA (though recently distressingly rainy & reminiscent of Seattle), & now working at @CityofHope. Very happy to join! #LCSM
Michael Misialek, MD @DrMisialek
Hi everyone. Calling all #pathologists to join in the lung cancer chat #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Note: Twitter allows tweets up to 280 characters, but some tweetchat apps (like https://t.co/9aLQyRZrmn) will not display tweets longer than 140. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Please do not promote products or services on the #LCSM feed or during the chat. Feel free to share vetted online resourc…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
@Actorielle Hey lady! #lcsm
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @DrGrunes: #LCSM First Twitter chat. Happy for it to be on such an important subject.
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
@DevikaDasMD @TimAllenMDJD Welcome! #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@JackWestMD @cityofhope Welcome back, Jack. Sorry Seattle lost you, but glad LA gained some new talent. #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
So happy to see familiar Twitter handles as well as new participants tonight! And some new ones! #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@DrMisialek Happy to see more #pathology types join the chat! #LCSM
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
@JFreemanDaily October, but our next is coming up in April! https://t.co/mvNhV9II9q. Thank you! #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
@DrGrunes Welcome! We are a friendly bunch. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: If you change someone’s words when you retweet, please label it MT (modified tweet). #LCSM
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @DrMisialek: Hi everyone. Calling all #pathologists to join in the lung cancer chat #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Howdy, Jack. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
@JackWestMD @cityofhope It'll get better. Soon you'll be complaining about the heat. Trust me. #lcsm
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Glad you're joining us, Michael. #LCSM
Sarika Jain @drjainsp
#LCSM Glad to be on this forum!
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
@DrMisialek Welcome! Glad to have you join us. #lcsm
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
2d that #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Note: Twitter allows tweets up to 280 characters, but some tweetchat apps (like https://t.co/9aLQyRZrmn) will not display…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@drjainsp welcome! #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
I will announce FIVE topics (T1 T2 etc). Pls label your answers with T1, T2, etc to make transcript easier to follow. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: So happy to see familiar Twitter handles as well as new participants tonight! And some new ones! #LCSM
Lisa Moran @plh4lisa
Sorry i'm late. #lcsm
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
We’ll start with Topic T1 in a minute … #LCSM
Israh (K.)Akhtar @israhkhan
Hi everyone I am a pathologist "saving lives one cell at a time" #LCSM https://t.co/bBY45InZmP
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@plh4lisa Howdy Lisa! Jump on in. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: I will announce FIVE topics (T1 T2 etc). Pls label your answers with T1, T2, etc to make transcript easier to follow. #L
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Thanks for joining us, Sarika. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: We’ll start with Topic T1 in a minute … #LCSM
Narjust Duma, M.D. @NarjustDumaMD
@TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat Forgot the #lcsm
Amy H. Deeken @AmyHDeekenMD
RT @israhkhan: Hi everyone I am a pathologist "saving lives one cell at a time" #LCSM https://t.co/bBY45InZmP
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@NarjustDuma @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat It's easy to forget the #LCSM. Glad you joined us!
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
T1: What role does a pathologist play in diagnosing lung cancer? How is a molecular pathologist different from a pathologist? #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
@israhkhan Welcome! Thank you for joining. We love our pathologists. #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@israhkhan @AmyHDeekenMD Great to see the pathologists jumping in too! #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Just in time! #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: T1: What role does a pathologist play in diagnosing lung cancer? How is a molecular pathologist different from a pathol…
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @israhkhan: Hi everyone I am a pathologist "saving lives one cell at a time" #LCSM https://t.co/bBY45InZmP
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Thanks for joining us, Israh. #LCSM
Amy H. Deeken @AmyHDeekenMD
RT @lcsmchat: @israhkhan Welcome! Thank you for joining. We love our pathologists. #lcsm
Lisa Moran @plh4lisa
Introduction: I'm a nsclc EGFR mutant dx in 2015 on targeted therapy since then. #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
T1: IIRC, the oncologist collects tissue (or fluid) from the suspected cancer, then the pathologist analyzes it to determine if it IS cancer, and if so, what type. Right? #LCSM
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @TimAllenMDJD: T1: What role does a pathologist play in diagnosing lung cancer? How is a molecular pathologist different from a pathol…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
A1: I'll kick things off. Pathologists are the physicians who diagnose whether one’s biopsy tissue is cancerous or not. It’s important, because lesions in the lung can be many things, for example, they can be infectious, or benign tumors, or malignant tumors. #LCSM
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A1: I'll kick things off. Pathologists are the physicians who diagnose whether one’s biopsy tissue is cancerous or not. I…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @JFreemanDaily: T1: IIRC, the oncologist collects tissue (or fluid) from the suspected cancer, then the pathologist analyzes it to deter…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JFreemanDaily: T1: IIRC, the oncologist collects tissue (or fluid) from the suspected cancer, then the pathologist analyzes it to deter…
KC Dill @kasedill
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A1: I'll kick things off. Pathologists are the physicians who diagnose whether one’s biopsy tissue is cancerous or not. I…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A1: I'll kick things off. Pathologists are the physicians who diagnose whether one’s biopsy tissue is cancerous or not. I…
Amy H. Deeken @AmyHDeekenMD
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A1: I'll kick things off. Pathologists are the physicians who diagnose whether one’s biopsy tissue is cancerous or not. I…
Michael Misialek, MD @DrMisialek
T1: All treatment begins with the pathologist’s diagnosis #LCSM @Pathologists
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
T1: Pathologists also sit on the multi-disciplinary team that decides the best treatment option. #LCSM
KC Dill @kasedill
RT @JFreemanDaily: T1: Pathologists also sit on the multi-disciplinary team that decides the best treatment option. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DrMisialek: T1: All treatment begins with the pathologist’s diagnosis #LCSM @Pathologists
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JFreemanDaily: T1: Pathologists also sit on the multi-disciplinary team that decides the best treatment option. #LCSM
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @JFreemanDaily: T1: Pathologists also sit on the multi-disciplinary team that decides the best treatment option. #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
A1: The Pathologist diagnoses the specific type of lung cancer the patient has, such as adenocarcinoma,squamous cell carcinoma,or small cell carcinoma. These differ in prognoses &, depending on their biomarker test results, abilities to respond to molecular therapies #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @DrMisialek: T1: All treatment begins with the pathologist’s diagnosis #LCSM @Pathologists
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @JFreemanDaily: T1: Pathologists also sit on the multi-disciplinary team that decides the best treatment option. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
#lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
T1: Do all oncologists have a pathologist on staff at their clinic? #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A1: The Pathologist diagnoses the specific type of lung cancer the patient has, such as adenocarcinoma,squamous cell carc…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
A1: A molecular pathologist is a specialized pathologist with expertise in molecular testing, molecular diagnosis, and molecular treatments. #LCSM
KC Dill @kasedill
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A1: The Pathologist diagnoses the specific type of lung cancer the patient has, such as adenocarcinoma,squamous cell carc…
Andrew Chang @ACC001
@lcsmchat #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JFreemanDaily: T1: Do all oncologists have a pathologist on staff at their clinic? #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A1: A molecular pathologist is a specialized pathologist with expertise in molecular testing, molecular diagnosis, and mo…
KC Dill @kasedill
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A1: A molecular pathologist is a specialized pathologist with expertise in molecular testing, molecular diagnosis, and mo…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A1: The Pathologist diagnoses the specific type of lung cancer the patient has, such as adenocarcinoma,squamous cell carc…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @lcsmchat: #lcsm https://t.co/3az1budHSj
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
@ACC001 Welcome! Thanks for joining us. #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @JFreemanDaily: T1: Do all oncologists have a pathologist on staff at their clinic? #LCSM
Michael Misialek, MD @DrMisialek
T1: In many community hospitals, the general pathologists are also the molecular pathologist #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A1: A molecular pathologist is a specialized pathologist with expertise in molecular testing, molecular diagnosis, and mo…
Sarika Jain @drjainsp
T1:Molecular pathologist studies submicroscopic aspects of the tumor through examination of DNA, RNA or protein. A molecular pathologist is at the heart of personalized medicine who gives information about markers that predict treatment response and disease progression.#LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DrMisialek: T1: In many community hospitals, the general pathologists are also the molecular pathologist #LCSM
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @DrMisialek: T1: In many community hospitals, the general pathologists are also the molecular pathologist #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@ACC001 @lcsmchat Hi Andrew, we see you! #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @drjainsp: T1:Molecular pathologist studies submicroscopic aspects of the tumor through examination of DNA, RNA or protein. A molecular…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
T1: Pathologists are MDs who chose to focus on analyzing tissue and other specimens rather than treating patients in the clinic. #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Not necessarily; however, they should have close connections to their pathology team. Along with radiologists, thoracic surgeons, pulmonologists, etc., pathologists are part of the physician team that diagnoses and manages lung cancer patients. #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @drjainsp: T1:Molecular pathologist studies submicroscopic aspects of the tumor through examination of DNA, RNA or protein. A molecular…
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @DrMisialek: T1: In many community hospitals, the general pathologists are also the molecular pathologist #LCSM
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Not necessarily; however, they should have close connections to their pathology team. Along with radiologists, thoracic s…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @DrMisialek: T1: In many community hospitals, the general pathologists are also the molecular pathologist #LCSM
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A1: A molecular pathologist is a specialized pathologist with expertise in molecular testing, molecular diagnosis, and mo…
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A1: The Pathologist diagnoses the specific type of lung cancer the patient has, such as adenocarcinoma,squamous cell carc…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
#WhyPathologistsMatter #LCSM
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @JFreemanDaily: T1: Pathologists also sit on the multi-disciplinary team that decides the best treatment option. #LCSM
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A1: I'll kick things off. Pathologists are the physicians who diagnose whether one’s biopsy tissue is cancerous or not. I…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
Remember to add #LCSM to your tweets so all can see them.
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Not necessarily; however, they should have close connections to their pathology team. Along with radiologists, thoracic s…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JFreemanDaily: T1: Pathologists are MDs who chose to focus on analyzing tissue and other specimens rather than treating patients in the…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Not necessarily; however, they should have close connections to their pathology team. Along with radiologists, thoracic s…
Jill @jillfeldman4
T1 Do all pathologists look for and test for the same things? How do you know if you are at a place where the pathologist will do thorough testing? #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @jillfeldman4: T1 Do all pathologists look for and test for the same things? How do you know if you are at a place where the pathologist…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
We serve our patients by giving the most accurate diagnoses possible. #PatientsFirst #LCSM
H. Jack West, MD @JackWestMD
T1: Am I wrong that molecular pathologists are largely limited to larger referral centers? So I think that many/most hospitals don't have a molecular pathologist...or are they more common & widely found? #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @lcsmchat: Remember to add #LCSM to your tweets so all can see them.
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @jillfeldman4: T1 Do all pathologists look for and test for the same things? How do you know if you are at a place where the pathologist…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: We serve our patients by giving the most accurate diagnoses possible. #PatientsFirst #LCSM https://t.co/QFaEHsVZat
KC Dill @kasedill
RT @jillfeldman4: T1 Do all pathologists look for and test for the same things? How do you know if you are at a place where the pathologist…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Topic T2 is coming up … #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: We serve our patients by giving the most accurate diagnoses possible. #PatientsFirst #LCSM https://t.co/QFaEHsVZat
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JackWestMD: T1: Am I wrong that molecular pathologists are largely limited to larger referral centers? So I think that many/most hospit…
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @JackWestMD: T1: Am I wrong that molecular pathologists are largely limited to larger referral centers? So I think that many/most hospit…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Topic T2 is coming up … #LCSM
Devika Das,MD @DevikaDasMD
@JFreemanDaily Wish it was the case - lack of access to timely pathology results often causes disparities and delays in care #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @DevikaDasMD: @JFreemanDaily Wish it was the case - lack of access to timely pathology results often causes disparities and delays in ca…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DevikaDasMD: @JFreemanDaily Wish it was the case - lack of access to timely pathology results often causes disparities and delays in ca…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
They are often associated with academic pathology departments. #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
.@TimAllenMDJD You are rocking this chat, Mr. Moderator! #LCSM
Devika Das,MD @DevikaDasMD
RT @JackWestMD: T1: Am I wrong that molecular pathologists are largely limited to larger referral centers? So I think that many/most hospit…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: They are often associated with academic pathology departments. #LCSM https://t.co/wI0X5b6iSi
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Pathologists can be patient facing in those situations. #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
T2: What happens to tumor tissue after a biopsy? #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
Yes he is! #lcsm
Michael Misialek, MD @DrMisialek
T1: Right, mostly in academic centers, though we in the community fill the role! #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Pathologists can be patient facing in those situations. #LCSM https://t.co/9Jsa5tissU
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: T2: What happens to tumor tissue after a biopsy? #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Pathologists gotta move fast! And stay accurate! #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@TimAllenMDJD T2: Does the tissue fairy whisk it away to a hidden secret lab? ;) #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DrMisialek: T1: Right, mostly in academic centers, though we in the community fill the role! #LCSM https://t.co/7fXN6ZmvZz
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Following in the footsteps of greatness. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Pathologists gotta move fast! And stay accurate! #LCSM https://t.co/XfEwLRlcgi
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @TimAllenMDJD: T2: What happens to tumor tissue after a biopsy? #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @DrMisialek: T1: Right, mostly in academic centers, though we in the community fill the role! #LCSM https://t.co/7fXN6ZmvZz
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
A2: The tissue is processed so that it lies in a block of paraffin; the block is then thinly sectioned & a very thin piece of the tissue is cut and put on a glass slide. #LCSM
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @jillfeldman4: T1 Do all pathologists look for and test for the same things? How do you know if you are at a place where the pathologist…
Lisa Moran @plh4lisa
@JFreemanDaily @TimAllenMDJD When does the wax come in? #lcsm
Jill @jillfeldman4
T2 What is a frozen section and how often is it accurate? #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
A2: Then the tissue is then stained so that it can be easily examined. After it is labeled & covered so the tissue doesn’t get lost, it is ready to be examined by the pathologist. #LCSM
sic @kimvie
RT @DevikaDasMD: @JFreemanDaily Wish it was the case - lack of access to timely pathology results often causes disparities and delays in ca…
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @drjainsp: T1:Molecular pathologist studies submicroscopic aspects of the tumor through examination of DNA, RNA or protein. A molecular…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A2: The tissue is processed so that it lies in a block of paraffin; the block is then thinly sectioned & a very thin piec…
Devika Das,MD @DevikaDasMD
@TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat Depends on the amount of tissue obtained. In this age of extended testing, I prefer not seeing fine needle aspiration which often provides insufficient information and could lead to more procedures and delays #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD Are you asking about when the paraffin gets applied to slides? #LCSM
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @DevikaDasMD: @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat Depends on the amount of tissue obtained. In this age of extended testing, I prefer not seeing fi…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DevikaDasMD: @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat Depends on the amount of tissue obtained. In this age of extended testing, I prefer not seeing fi…
Amy H. Deeken @AmyHDeekenMD
@JFreemanDaily @TimAllenMDJD I usually take biopsies from point of care to the lab if i go for a rapid adequacy evaluation #lcsm #imthebiopsyfairy https://t.co/sLbUPHH36N
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Frozen sections are intraoperative consultations where the pathologist directs the surgeon on how to proceed with the patient's surgery. The pathologist looks at the tissue within a few minutes of it being removed from the patient. #LCSM
Michael Misialek, MD @DrMisialek
T2 Great video from @Pathologists on the journey of tissue #LCSM https://t.co/JQlUkqkGW7
Betsy @wildwestannie
@TimAllenMDJD Patient facing? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
#lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Frozen sections are intraoperative consultations where the pathologist directs the surgeon on how to proceed with the pat…
Lisa Moran @plh4lisa
@JFreemanDaily @TimAllenMDJD Yes. I saw I asked after the A was posted. #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@TimAllenMDJD T2: Does all the collected tissue get put in one block of paraffin, or is it divided into multiple blocks so you can make more slides to support more tests? #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
The paraffin is used as part of the laboratory's processing of the patient's tissue, in order that a glass slide can be made for the pathologist to review and make a diagnosis. #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
A2: Once a diagnosis of lung cancer is made by the pathologist, additional slides from the tissue block can be stained to better characterize the cancer (adenocarcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, etc.) & when appropriate, slides can be stained for molecular & immuno testing. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @jillfeldman4: T2 What is a frozen section and how often is it accurate? #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A2: Then the tissue is then stained so that it can be easily examined. After it is labeled & covered so the tissue doesn’…
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
T2 A frozen section is a quick "H and E" look at tissue, often prepared in a special pathology lab in the operating rooms. This is a valuable pathology service that helps surgeons decide such thins as do we have the right specimen, and are the resection margins ok. #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@AmyHDeekenMD @TimAllenMDJD Love it! #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @lcsmchat: #lcsm https://t.co/YK9xChB2B0
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @AmyHDeekenMD: @JFreemanDaily @TimAllenMDJD I usually take biopsies from point of care to the lab if i go for a rapid adequacy evaluatio…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Frozen sections are intraoperative consultations where the pathologist directs the surgeon on how to proceed with the pat…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DrMisialek: T2 Great video from @Pathologists on the journey of tissue #LCSM https://t.co/JQlUkqkGW7
KC Dill @kasedill
@DrMisialek @Pathologists Bookmarking #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JFreemanDaily: @TimAllenMDJD T2: Does all the collected tissue get put in one block of paraffin, or is it divided into multiple blocks…
Jennifer Ersek @JLErsek
Hey y’all! Late tonight but catching up... #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: The paraffin is used as part of the laboratory's processing of the patient's tissue, in order that a glass slide can be m…
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @lcsmchat: #lcsm https://t.co/YK9xChB2B0
Israh (K.)Akhtar @israhkhan
#LCSM these are the cells we look for to make diagnosis each and every cell is important This is an example of small cell carcinoma, worst prognosis,molecular is not helpful. It is a form of high grade neuroendocrine carcinoma https://t.co/ZC3pEtig6f
Sarika Jain @drjainsp
T2:DNA or RNA will be extracted if the diagnosis of lung cancer is made and sent for molecular testing, if appropriate.#LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A2: Once a diagnosis of lung cancer is made by the pathologist, additional slides from the tissue block can be stained to…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: T2 A frozen section is a quick "H and E" look at tissue, often prepared in a special pathology lab in the operating rooms…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
With the patient like our colleagues. Pathologists nonetheless spend lots of time taking care of our patients and never seeing them. We're still there for them though! #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
T2: Does all the processing of tissue happen at the clinic that collected it? Does any fresh tissue get sent elsewhere? #LCSM
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @DrMisialek: T2 Great video from @Pathologists on the journey of tissue #LCSM https://t.co/JQlUkqkGW7
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A2: Once a diagnosis of lung cancer is made by the pathologist, additional slides from the tissue block can be stained to…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM these are the cells we look for to make diagnosis each and every cell is important This is an example of small cell ca…
Devika Das,MD @DevikaDasMD
RT @DavidCookeMD: T2 A frozen section is a quick "H and E" look at tissue, often prepared in a special pathology lab in the operating rooms…
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM these are the cells we look for to make diagnosis each and every cell is important This is an example of small cell ca…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @drjainsp: T2:DNA or RNA will be extracted if the diagnosis of lung cancer is made and sent for molecular testing, if appropriate.#LCSM
Eric_Konnick_MD @Molecular_MD
RT @DrMisialek: T1: All treatment begins with the pathologist’s diagnosis #LCSM @Pathologists
Devika Das,MD @DevikaDasMD
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A2: Once a diagnosis of lung cancer is made by the pathologist, additional slides from the tissue block can be stained to…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
It's where I get to tell you what to do!!! #LCSM
H. Jack West, MD @JackWestMD
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Frozen sections are intraoperative consultations where the pathologist directs the surgeon on how to proceed with the pat…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A2: The tissue is processed so that it lies in a block of paraffin; the block is then thinly sectioned & a very thin piec…
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A2: Once a diagnosis of lung cancer is made by the pathologist, additional slides from the tissue block can be stained to…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @drjainsp: T2:DNA or RNA will be extracted if the diagnosis of lung cancer is made and sent for molecular testing, if appropriate.#LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: With the patient like our colleagues. Pathologists nonetheless spend lots of time taking care of our patients and never…
KC Dill @kasedill
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A2: Once a diagnosis of lung cancer is made by the pathologist, additional slides from the tissue block can be stained to…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @jillfeldman4: T2 What is a frozen section and how often is it accurate? #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM these are the cells we look for to make diagnosis each and every cell is important This is an example of small cell ca…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JFreemanDaily: T2: Does all the processing of tissue happen at the clinic that collected it? Does any fresh tissue get sent elsewhere?…
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
RT @lcsmchat: #lcsm https://t.co/YK9xChB2B0
H. Jack West, MD @JackWestMD
How often can you make a clear diagnosis from that? #LCSM
Devika Das,MD @DevikaDasMD
@AmyHDeekenMD @lcsmchat @JFreemanDaily @TimAllenMDJD Such a critical step #lcsm
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Welcome to Pathology night! #LCSM
Lisa Moran @plh4lisa
@TimAllenMDJD #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JackWestMD: How often can you make a clear diagnosis from that? #LCSM https://t.co/M8sMecXG3E
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
A2 Often for research purposes. For example we have a biorepository where we bank #LungCancer tissue for potential research later. #LCSM
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @JFreemanDaily: T2: Does all the processing of tissue happen at the clinic that collected it? Does any fresh tissue get sent elsewhere?…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
We’ll shift to Topic T3 next … #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: A2 Often for research purposes. For example we have a biorepository where we bank #LungCancer tissue for potential resea…
Narjust Duma, M.D. @NarjustDumaMD
@JackWestMD @lcsmchat Good question! #lcsm
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
RT @JackWestMD: How often can you make a clear diagnosis from that? #LCSM https://t.co/M8sMecXG3E
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: We’ll shift to Topic T3 next … #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
T3: How does a pathologist know if a cell is cancerous? How can they tell what type of lung cancer it is (e.g., small cell vs adenocarcinoma)? #LCSM
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @JFreemanDaily: T2: Does all the processing of tissue happen at the clinic that collected it? Does any fresh tissue get sent elsewhere?…
KC Dill @kasedill
RT @DavidCookeMD: A2 Often for research purposes. For example we have a biorepository where we bank #LungCancer tissue for potential resea…
Jill @jillfeldman4
T2 Is tissue still the issue with lung biopsies with regards to getting enough for multiple testing? #LCSM
onthemark @tilting
@DavidCookeMD I had a frozen section for my VATS surgery for lung cancer. It replaced doing a non-surgical biopsy. #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@kasedill @DrMisialek @Pathologists Remember, all the questions and answers in this chat will be captured in the transcript and archived on the https://t.co/mnTf02isUu website #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@JLErsek Hey Jennifer! #LCSM
Lisa Moran @plh4lisa
@TimAllenMDJD What is H and E? #lcsm
Israh (K.)Akhtar @israhkhan
#LCSM This is an example of Squamous cell carcinoma. In this immunotherapy is helpful (treatment by Keytruda). So if tumor cells are positive for PDL1 these patients generally are responsive to Keytruda. The immunostain here used is p40 (slide 3) https://t.co/SOGHt6AnN5
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @TimAllenMDJD: T3: How does a pathologist know if a cell is cancerous? How can they tell what type of lung cancer it is (e.g., small cel…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Sometimes tissue is sent for special studies, for example, when lymphoma is suspected. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: T3: How does a pathologist know if a cell is cancerous? How can they tell what type of lung cancer it is (e.g., small cel…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM This is an example of Squamous cell carcinoma. In this immunotherapy is helpful (treatment by Keytruda). So if tumor c…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @jillfeldman4: T2 Is tissue still the issue with lung biopsies with regards to getting enough for multiple testing? #LCSM
Narjust Duma, M.D. @NarjustDumaMD
@DevikaDasMD @lcsmchat @JFreemanDaily Yes! This happens often in rural hospitals and Latin America. #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
T2: How long must pathologists train to be able to recognize the different cell types under a microscope? #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM these are the cells we look for to make diagnosis each and every cell is important This is an example of small cell ca…
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
Although not always the case, sometimes if a nodule is suspicious enough, a surgeon will go straight to surgery. Wedge out the mass, and perform a frozen section. If cancer on frozen, perform lobectomy if appropriate. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JFreemanDaily: @kasedill @DrMisialek @Pathologists Remember, all the questions and answers in this chat will be captured in the transcr…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: With the patient like our colleagues. Pathologists nonetheless spend lots of time taking care of our patients and never…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM This is an example of Squamous cell carcinoma. In this immunotherapy is helpful (treatment by Keytruda). So if tumor c…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
It's the stain used to color the tissue, which is essentially colorless when it is sectioned and put on a glass slide. It turns the tissue blue and pink. #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
A3: Pathologists use diagnostic criteria they learn in their training in order to diagnose diseases, including the various types of lung cancer. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Sometimes tissue is sent for special studies, for example, when lymphoma is suspected. #LCSM https://t.co/mOzmV47MJT
Lung Cancer Sux @LungCancerSux
T2 is there ever enough tissue from fna to send it out for additional testing, as in a 3a dx ? #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JFreemanDaily: T2: How long must pathologists train to be able to recognize the different cell types under a microscope? #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: Although not always the case, sometimes if a nodule is suspicious enough, a surgeon will go straight to surgery. Wedge o…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @DavidCookeMD: A2 Often for research purposes. For example we have a biorepository where we bank #LungCancer tissue for potential resea…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: It's the stain used to color the tissue, which is essentially colorless when it is sectioned and put on a glass slide. I…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A3: Pathologists use diagnostic criteria they learn in their training in order to diagnose diseases, including the variou…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungCancerSux: T2 is there ever enough tissue from fna to send it out for additional testing, as in a 3a dx ? #LCSM
Justin Bateman @JJBtweetin
@plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD Hematoxylin and eosin stain. We use it all the time in pathology. It basically gives translucent thin tissue slides colour. #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @JackWestMD: How often can you make a clear diagnosis from that? #LCSM https://t.co/M8sMecXG3E
bingo @bingohanley
RT @JackWestMD: Dr. Jack West here, just having relocated to at least intermittently sunny LA (though recently distressingly rainy & remini…
Devika Das,MD @DevikaDasMD
@jillfeldman4 @lcsmchat In my experience as a medical oncologist - absolutely yes ! Research interest of mine #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: T3: How does a pathologist know if a cell is cancerous? How can they tell what type of lung cancer it is (e.g., small cel…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @plh4lisa: @TimAllenMDJD What is H and E? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JJBtweetin: @plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD Hematoxylin and eosin stain. We use it all the time in pathology. It basically gives translucent th…
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @LungCancerSux: T2 is there ever enough tissue from fna to send it out for additional testing, as in a 3a dx ? #LCSM
Israh (K.)Akhtar @israhkhan
#LCSM This is an example of adenocarcinom, which is big on molecular. We get Alk, ROS, EGFR, BRAF and KRAS on these specimens.Picture 3 is cell block on which molecular testing wil be performed eventually https://t.co/PDJ7xdkEQi
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@israhkhan Hold on -- what's a stain? I hear about them, but not sure what it is. #LCSM
Dianne Grunes @DrGrunes
@plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD It stands for hemotoxylin and eosin. It is a routine stain that helps us see the tissue. It stains different parts of the cell blue and pink and allows us to see the tumor #lcsm
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @DavidCookeMD: Although not always the case, sometimes if a nodule is suspicious enough, a surgeon will go straight to surgery. Wedge o…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM This is an example of adenocarcinom, which is big on molecular. We get Alk, ROS, EGFR, BRAF and KRAS on these specimen…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JFreemanDaily: @israhkhan Hold on -- what's a stain? I hear about them, but not sure what it is. #LCSM
Michael Misialek, MD @DrMisialek
T3: Pathologists train for years to recognize cancer cells, and never stop learning! Sometimes it can be very difficult to diagnose. #LCSM
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM This is an example of adenocarcinom, which is big on molecular. We get Alk, ROS, EGFR, BRAF and KRAS on these specimen…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @DavidCookeMD: Although not always the case, sometimes if a nodule is suspicious enough, a surgeon will go straight to surgery. Wedge o…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DrGrunes: @plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD It stands for hemotoxylin and eosin. It is a routine stain that helps us see the tissue. It stains di…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: It's the stain used to color the tissue, which is essentially colorless when it is sectioned and put on a glass slide. I…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DrMisialek: T3: Pathologists train for years to recognize cancer cells, and never stop learning! Sometimes it can be very difficult to…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @DrGrunes: @plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD It stands for hemotoxylin and eosin. It is a routine stain that helps us see the tissue. It stains di…
Narjust Duma, M.D. @NarjustDumaMD
@JLErsek Me too! #lcsm #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A3: Pathologists use diagnostic criteria they learn in their training in order to diagnose diseases, including the variou…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM This is an example of adenocarcinom, which is big on molecular. We get Alk, ROS, EGFR, BRAF and KRAS on these specimen…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @JFreemanDaily: @israhkhan Hold on -- what's a stain? I hear about them, but not sure what it is. #LCSM
onthemark @tilting
@DavidCookeMD T2: my surgeon in Canada stated that with a small peripheral lesion like I had the chance of a false negative on biopsy was sufficiently high that it would not change the course of action. So it was straight to surgery with a frozen section prior to completion lobectomy. #lcsm
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
These cells are "stained" so that they will show up; otherwise the tissue is essentially clear. #LCSM
Sarika Jain @drjainsp
@TimAllenMDJD Fresh tissue can also used for molecular studies which can actually be a better sample as it skips all the processing.#LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
I haven't stopped learning yet! #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Sometimes tissue is sent for special studies, for example, when lymphoma is suspected. #LCSM https://t.co/mOzmV47MJT
Andrew Chang @ACC001
A2: by size - surgical is usually a wedge of lung that includes a suspicious nodule, core needle usually by CT or bronchoscope, fine needle aspirate also by CT or bronch #LCSM
Dianne Grunes @DrGrunes
@JFreemanDaily Following medical school, most residencies in pathology are 4 years. Following that, most spend another year or two (or more) doing specialized fellowships such as in lung pathology, or molecular pathology #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: These cells are "stained" so that they will show up; otherwise the tissue is essentially clear. #LCSM https://t.co/SgJ5Me…
Stephen Yip @Sty_md
RT @drjainsp: T1:Molecular pathologist studies submicroscopic aspects of the tumor through examination of DNA, RNA or protein. A molecular…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @drjainsp: @TimAllenMDJD Fresh tissue can also used for molecular studies which can actually be a better sample as it skips all the proc…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @drjainsp: @TimAllenMDJD Fresh tissue can also used for molecular studies which can actually be a better sample as it skips all the proc…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: I haven't stopped learning yet! #LCSM https://t.co/II88JEWTfa
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @ACC001: A2: by size - surgical is usually a wedge of lung that includes a suspicious nodule, core needle usually by CT or bronchoscope,…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DrGrunes: @JFreemanDaily Following medical school, most residencies in pathology are 4 years. Following that, most spend another year o…
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @ACC001: A2: by size - surgical is usually a wedge of lung that includes a suspicious nodule, core needle usually by CT or bronchoscope,…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @JJBtweetin: @plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD Hematoxylin and eosin stain. We use it all the time in pathology. It basically gives translucent th…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @DrGrunes: @JFreemanDaily Following medical school, most residencies in pathology are 4 years. Following that, most spend another year o…
Jill @jillfeldman4
T2 What does a pathology report include? #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @ACC001: A2: by size - surgical is usually a wedge of lung that includes a suspicious nodule, core needle usually by CT or bronchoscope,…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@LungCancerSux Can you explain your question in more basic terms for those who aren't as familiar with them? #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @drjainsp: @TimAllenMDJD Fresh tissue can also used for molecular studies which can actually be a better sample as it skips all the proc…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Topic T4 is coming up … #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @JJBtweetin: @plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD Hematoxylin and eosin stain. We use it all the time in pathology. It basically gives translucent th…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @jillfeldman4: T2 What does a pathology report include? #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@JJBtweetin @plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD Hey Justin, welcome! #LCSM
Dianne Grunes @DrGrunes
@drjainsp @TimAllenMDJD I think this is why many have had good results using the cytology smears. No formalin fixation. #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @DrGrunes: @plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD It stands for hemotoxylin and eosin. It is a routine stain that helps us see the tissue. It stains di…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Topic T4 is coming up … #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @ACC001: A2: by size - surgical is usually a wedge of lung that includes a suspicious nodule, core needle usually by CT or bronchoscope,…
KC Dill @kasedill
@drjainsp @TimAllenMDJD Is their staining involved with molecular testing? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DrGrunes: @drjainsp @TimAllenMDJD I think this is why many have had good results using the cytology smears. No formalin fixation. #lcsm
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @DrGrunes: @drjainsp @TimAllenMDJD I think this is why many have had good results using the cytology smears. No formalin fixation. #lcsm
H. Jack West, MD @JackWestMD
T3: serious Q, not trying to denigrate anyone, but knowing this research is being done: how close do you feel we are to AI-based algorithms being able to reliably identify cancer by pattern recognition? Could help in underserved places eventually. #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @DrGrunes: @JFreemanDaily Following medical school, most residencies in pathology are 4 years. Following that, most spend another year o…
Raghavendra Pillappa @raghupillappa
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM This is an example of Squamous cell carcinoma. In this immunotherapy is helpful (treatment by Keytruda). So if tumor c…
Betsy @wildwestannie
@drjainsp @TimAllenMDJD Does staining interfere with molecular studies? #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @jillfeldman4: T2 What does a pathology report include? #LCSM
Jill @jillfeldman4
@TimAllenMDJD Should patients ever get a second opinion on their pathology results? #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JackWestMD: T3: serious Q, not trying to denigrate anyone, but knowing this research is being done: how close do you feel we are to AI-…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @wildwestannie: @drjainsp @TimAllenMDJD Does staining interfere with molecular studies? #LCSM
Michael Misialek, MD @DrMisialek
T4: Top 10 Reasons to Meet Your Pathologist https://t.co/KmbPvQmdk0 #LCSM https://t.co/1VcN5UY3aW
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @jillfeldman4: @TimAllenMDJD Should patients ever get a second opinion on their pathology results? #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@DrGrunes @drjainsp @TimAllenMDJD What's a cytology smear? #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Typically it includes the gross description of the tissue, a microscopic description, and a diagnosis. It may also include a comment if necessary to further clarify something about the case. #LCSM
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
Hey @JackWestMD congrats on your new position at @cityofhope ! #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
T4: How does a molecular pathologist decide what biomarker tests to do? #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DrMisialek: T4: Top 10 Reasons to Meet Your Pathologist https://t.co/KmbPvQmdk0 #LCSM https://t.co/1VcN5UY3aW
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @jillfeldman4: @TimAllenMDJD Should patients ever get a second opinion on their pathology results? #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JFreemanDaily: @DrGrunes @drjainsp @TimAllenMDJD What's a cytology smear? #LCSM
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
It has nothing to do with Bagels. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Typically it includes the gross description of the tissue, a microscopic description, and a diagnosis. It may also inclu…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: T4: How does a molecular pathologist decide what biomarker tests to do? #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Yes. If there is any concern or confusion, certainly consider getting one. Your diagnosis is too important! #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Typically it includes the gross description of the tissue, a microscopic description, and a diagnosis. It may also inclu…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @JackWestMD: T3: serious Q, not trying to denigrate anyone, but knowing this research is being done: how close do you feel we are to AI-…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @kasedill: @drjainsp @TimAllenMDJD Is their staining involved with molecular testing? #lcsm
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
A4: The appropriate biomarker testing is based on the type of lung cancer present. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Yes. If there is any concern or confusion, certainly consider getting one. Your diagnosis is too important! #LCSM https…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Actually... #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: T4: How does a molecular pathologist decide what biomarker tests to do? #LCSM
Jennifer Ersek @JLErsek
@DrGrunes @JFreemanDaily Another important role in the pathology department is that of the pathology assistant. PAs help prep the tissue for review by the pathologist. Many 2 year programs available (+ prerequisites). #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A4: The appropriate biomarker testing is based on the type of lung cancer present. #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Absolutely! Congrats, Jack! #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Yes. If there is any concern or confusion, certainly consider getting one. Your diagnosis is too important! #LCSM https…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JLErsek: @DrGrunes @JFreemanDaily Another important role in the pathology department is that of the pathology assistant. PAs help prep…
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
@UCD_Cancer and @UCDavisHealth by nature very collaborative. Visitors are shocked that we all get along. #LCSM
Sarika Jain @drjainsp
@kasedill @TimAllenMDJD No. For mutational testing we will amplify the DNA and sequence it, which can be done in different ways.#LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
A4: Most molecular biomarker testing is performed on lung adenocarcinomas rather than on squamous cell carcinomas or small cell carcinomas. That is because adenocarcinomas may respond to molecular therapies when the biomarker indicates. #LCSM
Devika Das,MD @DevikaDasMD
@jillfeldman4 @lcsmchat @TimAllenMDJD Depends on the experience of the pathologist with the said tumor type - a second opinion if needed should go to a high volume center. It happens all the time at my tertiary care center with referrals #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A4: The appropriate biomarker testing is based on the type of lung cancer present. #LCSM
Lisa Moran @plh4lisa
What's the difference between tissue and blood pathology? #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @JLErsek: @DrGrunes @JFreemanDaily Another important role in the pathology department is that of the pathology assistant. PAs help prep…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Yes! A great addition to the laboratory team! #LCSM
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
You can sell your umbrella. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A4: Most molecular biomarker testing is performed on lung adenocarcinomas rather than on squamous cell carcinomas or smal…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DevikaDasMD: @jillfeldman4 @lcsmchat @TimAllenMDJD Depends on the experience of the pathologist with the said tumor type - a second opi…
Jill @jillfeldman4
T4 How often is biomarker testing done by the pathologist at hospital/cancer center compared to having tissue sent out #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @plh4lisa: What's the difference between tissue and blood pathology? #lcsm
Israh (K.)Akhtar @israhkhan
#LCSM these are various faces of adenocarcinoma https://t.co/498NdyOQVd
Jenny Jones @Jenny_Writer
RT @RadiologyACR: Using #CT with radiation doses as low as those from plain x-rays, researchers were able to catch sold lung nodules with 9…
Narjust Duma, M.D. @NarjustDumaMD
@DevikaDasMD @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat Agree 100% #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @jillfeldman4: T4 How often is biomarker testing done by the pathologist at hospital/cancer center compared to having tissue sent out #L
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM these are various faces of adenocarcinoma https://t.co/498NdyOQVd
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
@drjainsp , please explain further! #LCSM
H. Jack West, MD @JackWestMD
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A4: Most molecular biomarker testing is performed on lung adenocarcinomas rather than on squamous cell carcinomas or smal…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A4: Most molecular biomarker testing is performed on lung adenocarcinomas rather than on squamous cell carcinomas or smal…
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM these are various faces of adenocarcinoma https://t.co/498NdyOQVd
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
A4: There’s a recent paper that discusses lung cancer biomarker testing. https://t.co/IMlx0HRx0y #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @DevikaDasMD: @jillfeldman4 @lcsmchat @TimAllenMDJD Depends on the experience of the pathologist with the said tumor type - a second opi…
onthemark @tilting
T3: #lcsm Any comments? A new machine learning model can classify lung cancer slides at the pathologist level https://t.co/AdtAZ2WW6X
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
A4 It depends. More and more larger comprehensive cancer centers are doing tests in house. But the lion share of centers likely send out for large panel testing. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: @drjainsp , please explain further! #LCSM https://t.co/SJi6oc4tzq
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A4: There’s a recent paper that discusses lung cancer biomarker testing. https://t.co/IMlx0HRx0y #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A4: There’s a recent paper that discusses lung cancer biomarker testing. https://t.co/IMlx0HRx0y #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM these are various faces of adenocarcinoma https://t.co/498NdyOQVd
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @tilting: T3: #lcsm Any comments? A new machine learning model can classify lung cancer slides at the pathologist level https://t.co/Adt…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: A4 It depends. More and more larger comprehensive cancer centers are doing tests in house. But the lion share of center…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @plh4lisa: What's the difference between tissue and blood pathology? #lcsm
Lisa Moran @plh4lisa
@TimAllenMDJD Will this change as more and more biomarkers are being found in different primary cancers? #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM these are various faces of adenocarcinoma https://t.co/498NdyOQVd
Jill @jillfeldman4
T4 Does the biomarker testing results become part of the original pathology report regardless of where testing is done? #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A4: There’s a recent paper that discusses lung cancer biomarker testing. https://t.co/IMlx0HRx0y #LCSM
Narjust Duma, M.D. @NarjustDumaMD
@DevikaDasMD @jillfeldman4 @lcsmchat @TimAllenMDJD We get so many at Mayo (samples) #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
#lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
I view AI in pathology and radiology, similar to robotics in surgery. These technologies will be adjunct tools used by the modern pathologist and radiologist. Not disruptive replacement. #HumansAreUnderrated #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @DavidCookeMD: A4 It depends. More and more larger comprehensive cancer centers are doing tests in house. But the lion share of center…
Justin Bateman @JJBtweetin
@JackWestMD I think AI will be very helpful in the near future. But AI will never advocate for patients or contribute to multidisciplinary teams the way pathologists do. Just look at this thread! #LCSM
Devika Das,MD @DevikaDasMD
@TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat A4 This is where communication with the medical oncologist is essential. Limited number of molecular markers vs need to do large panel sequencing. Pathology is thus a critical member of the multidisciplinary team #lcsm
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @lcsmchat: #lcsm https://t.co/PV3tL4jHW7
Dianne Grunes @DrGrunes
@JFreemanDaily @drjainsp @TimAllenMDJD It is what we look at when evaluating very small biopsies. We are looking at individual cells rather than the tissue #lcsm
H. Jack West, MD @JackWestMD
A4: so, largely based on the probability of finding result that would change management for that particular type of cancer, along w/the timing of getting results back. In reality, this is also shaped by how much tissue is available, at least if scarce & choices must be made #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @jillfeldman4: T4 Does the biomarker testing results become part of the original pathology report regardless of where testing is done? #…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @plh4lisa: @TimAllenMDJD Will this change as more and more biomarkers are being found in different primary cancers? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @jillfeldman4: T4 Does the biomarker testing results become part of the original pathology report regardless of where testing is done? #…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @DavidCookeMD: A4 It depends. More and more larger comprehensive cancer centers are doing tests in house. But the lion share of center…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @plh4lisa: @TimAllenMDJD Will this change as more and more biomarkers are being found in different primary cancers? #lcsm
Jill @jillfeldman4
@DavidCookeMD What is the time difference for getting results? #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: I view AI in pathology and radiology, similar to robotics in surgery. These technologies will be adjunct tools used by t…
Joni Fowler @jfowlerpharmd
@TimAllenMDJD Can you elaborate on when/why “IO testing” is done (PD-L1, TMB, T-cell inflamed GEP) & how it differs from EGFR/ALK/etc? Are these all from same tissue sample and done at same time? #lcsm
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @tilting: T3: #lcsm Any comments? A new machine learning model can classify lung cancer slides at the pathologist level https://t.co/Adt…
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A4: There’s a recent paper that discusses lung cancer biomarker testing. https://t.co/IMlx0HRx0y #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
A4: Here are the revised lung cancer biomarker guidelines. https://t.co/8NFvL3rewb #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JJBtweetin: @JackWestMD I think AI will be very helpful in the near future. But AI will never advocate for patients or contribute to mu…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DevikaDasMD: @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat A4 This is where communication with the medical oncologist is essential. Limited number of molecul…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DrGrunes: @JFreemanDaily @drjainsp @TimAllenMDJD It is what we look at when evaluating very small biopsies. We are looking at individua…
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
T4 Not necessarily immediately. However if done as a send out, often is added on to the original report as an addendum. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JackWestMD: A4: so, largely based on the probability of finding result that would change management for that particular type of cancer,…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @JackWestMD: A4: so, largely based on the probability of finding result that would change management for that particular type of cancer,…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD It will change when reliable biomarkers are found for squamous LC, and treatments are available. We have a ways to go yet. But some known adeno targets are also in squamous cell LC. #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @DrGrunes: @JFreemanDaily @drjainsp @TimAllenMDJD It is what we look at when evaluating very small biopsies. We are looking at individua…
Israh (K.)Akhtar @israhkhan
#LCSM Not all cases are straightforward. Sometimes immunostains dont work and we cant exactly classify tumor as adenocarcinoma or squamous cell carcinoma,or even large cell neuroendocrine Ca and in that case call it Nonsmall cell carcinoma (NSCLC) NOS https://t.co/AgxS2HXVxk
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @DevikaDasMD: @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat A4 This is where communication with the medical oncologist is essential. Limited number of molecul…
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
I'm a bot. Sorry. #LCSM
Sarika Jain @drjainsp
@TimAllenMDJD We can do conventional Sanger sequencing where you can sequencing one portion of the DNA (gene) at one time. Next-Generation Sequencing does massively parallel sequencing of multiple genes. We can also sequence the whole genome.#LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @jfowlerpharmd: @TimAllenMDJD Can you elaborate on when/why “IO testing” is done (PD-L1, TMB, T-cell inflamed GEP) & how it differs from…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Exactly. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A4: Here are the revised lung cancer biomarker guidelines. https://t.co/8NFvL3rewb #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM Not all cases are straightforward. Sometimes immunostains dont work and we cant exactly classify tumor as adenocarcino…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: T4 Not necessarily immediately. However if done as a send out, often is added on to the original report as an addendum.…
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @DevikaDasMD: @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat A4 This is where communication with the medical oncologist is essential. Limited number of molecul…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JFreemanDaily: @plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD It will change when reliable biomarkers are found for squamous LC, and treatments are available.…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM Not all cases are straightforward. Sometimes immunostains dont work and we cant exactly classify tumor as adenocarcino…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A4: Here are the revised lung cancer biomarker guidelines. https://t.co/8NFvL3rewb #LCSM
KC Dill @kasedill
@tilting As a patient, no thank you I would be concerned about errors.. I prefer highly trained pathologists #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @drjainsp: @TimAllenMDJD We can do conventional Sanger sequencing where you can sequencing one portion of the DNA (gene) at one time. Ne…
Devika Das,MD @DevikaDasMD
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A4: Here are the revised lung cancer biomarker guidelines. https://t.co/8NFvL3rewb #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Beautiful images, @israhkhan #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @JFreemanDaily: @plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD It will change when reliable biomarkers are found for squamous LC, and treatments are available.…
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @JackWestMD: A4: so, largely based on the probability of finding result that would change management for that particular type of cancer,…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @DavidCookeMD: T4 Not necessarily immediately. However if done as a send out, often is added on to the original report as an addendum.…
Jennifer Ersek @JLErsek
@TimAllenMDJD Here is another *free* paper on updates in #NSCLC biomarker testing: https://t.co/Df7QP7h09k #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Last topic T5 is on the way … #LCSM
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM Not all cases are straightforward. Sometimes immunostains dont work and we cant exactly classify tumor as adenocarcino…
Betsy @wildwestannie
So, by amplify you mean isolate and multiply and then analyze by sequencing it? #LCSM
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
A week+ #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JLErsek: @TimAllenMDJD Here is another *free* paper on updates in #NSCLC biomarker testing: https://t.co/Df7QP7h09k #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @drjainsp: @TimAllenMDJD We can do conventional Sanger sequencing where you can sequencing one portion of the DNA (gene) at one time. Ne…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Last topic T5 is on the way … #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @jillfeldman4: T4 Does the biomarker testing results become part of the original pathology report regardless of where testing is done? #…
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @JLErsek: @TimAllenMDJD Here is another *free* paper on updates in #NSCLC biomarker testing: https://t.co/Df7QP7h09k #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @wildwestannie: So, by amplify you mean isolate and multiply and then analyze by sequencing it? #LCSM https://t.co/BiJPrVuKsJ
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: A week+ #LCSM https://t.co/HINX0B063H
Dianne Grunes @DrGrunes
RT @JJBtweetin: @JackWestMD I think AI will be very helpful in the near future. But AI will never advocate for patients or contribute to mu…
Paula @lungcancer1964
#LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
We never have any fun here. #LCSM
Jennifer Ersek @JLErsek
@TimAllenMDJD I’ll be checking this one out. Thanks!! #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @DavidCookeMD: I view AI in pathology and radiology, similar to robotics in surgery. These technologies will be adjunct tools used by t…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
T5: If you have talked to your pathologist, what did you learn? If you haven’t, what would you like to learn? #LCSM
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A4: Here are the revised lung cancer biomarker guidelines. https://t.co/8NFvL3rewb #LCSM
(((Alex C))) @Bronx2216
RT @JJBtweetin: @JackWestMD I think AI will be very helpful in the near future. But AI will never advocate for patients or contribute to mu…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @JJBtweetin: @JackWestMD I think AI will be very helpful in the near future. But AI will never advocate for patients or contribute to mu…
Sarika Jain @drjainsp
@wildwestannie Exactly!#LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
@lungcancer1964 We see you! #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @JLErsek: @TimAllenMDJD Here is another *free* paper on updates in #NSCLC biomarker testing: https://t.co/Df7QP7h09k #LCSM
indriya @indriya201611
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM these are various faces of adenocarcinoma https://t.co/498NdyOQVd
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @DevikaDasMD: @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat A4 This is where communication with the medical oncologist is essential. Limited number of molecul…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @DrGrunes: @JFreemanDaily @drjainsp @TimAllenMDJD It is what we look at when evaluating very small biopsies. We are looking at individua…
Jill @jillfeldman4
T4 My concern is when biomarker testing is done elsewhere and the results aren't always interpreted correctly by the oncologist, which results in the patient getting the wrong treatment - happens too often! #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
A5: We pathologists are here for you! Get your diagnostic report and read it! We’re happy to discuss it with you, and look at your case slides with you! #CallMeMaybe #PatientsFirst #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @DavidCookeMD: A week+ #LCSM https://t.co/HINX0B063H
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: T5: If you have talked to your pathologist, what did you learn? If you haven’t, what would you like to learn? #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @jillfeldman4: T4 My concern is when biomarker testing is done elsewhere and the results aren't always interpreted correctly by the onco…
Israh (K.)Akhtar @israhkhan
#LCSM Micropapillary adenocarcinoma, is a type of adenocarcinoma with poor prognosis https://t.co/11KpViB1jr
Lisa Moran @plh4lisa
@TimAllenMDJD Is this truly standard across the board or suggested and hospitals make v their own choice? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A5: We pathologists are here for you! Get your diagnostic report and read it! We’re happy to discuss it with you, and loo…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @jillfeldman4: @DavidCookeMD What is the time difference for getting results? #LCSM
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @jillfeldman4: T4 My concern is when biomarker testing is done elsewhere and the results aren't always interpreted correctly by the onco…
KC Dill @kasedill
RT @JLErsek: @TimAllenMDJD Here is another *free* paper on updates in #NSCLC biomarker testing: https://t.co/Df7QP7h09k #LCSM
Etan @et565
RT @DrMisialek: T3: Pathologists train for years to recognize cancer cells, and never stop learning! Sometimes it can be very difficult to…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@jillfeldman4 @DavidCookeMD You are asking all the right questions, Jill! #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM Micropapillary adenocarcinoma, is a type of adenocarcinoma with poor prognosis https://t.co/11KpViB1jr
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Pathologists should interpret them. Right, @drjainsp ? #LCSM
onthemark @tilting
@TimAllenMDJD Sadly I don't think it is possible to speak to your pathologist in Canada or other countries with socialized medicine. A patient needs a referral to speak to any specialist. #lcsm
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM Micropapillary adenocarcinoma, is a type of adenocarcinoma with poor prognosis https://t.co/11KpViB1jr
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @plh4lisa: @TimAllenMDJD Is this truly standard across the board or suggested and hospitals make v their own choice? #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @jfowlerpharmd: @TimAllenMDJD Can you elaborate on when/why “IO testing” is done (PD-L1, TMB, T-cell inflamed GEP) & how it differs from…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Pathologists should interpret them. Right, @drjainsp ? #LCSM https://t.co/XlI3DEEeC0
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @DavidCookeMD: T4 Not necessarily immediately. However if done as a send out, often is added on to the original report as an addendum.…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @tilting: @TimAllenMDJD Sadly I don't think it is possible to speak to your pathologist in Canada or other countries with socialized med…
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @tilting: @TimAllenMDJD Sadly I don't think it is possible to speak to your pathologist in Canada or other countries with socialized med…
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
A5 I always accompany my own frozen section specimen to the pathology frozen section room in the OR and sit and "Shoot the breeze" with the pathologists and techs. #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
I love how oncologists and other docs are asking pathologists questions in the chat! This is what #LCSM chat is all about.
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Egad. #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @JFreemanDaily: @jillfeldman4 @DavidCookeMD You are asking all the right questions, Jill! #LCSM
Betsy @wildwestannie
@israhkhan Ugly. Definitely worthy of killing! #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: A5 I always accompany my own frozen section specimen to the pathology frozen section room in the OR and sit and "Shoot th…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JFreemanDaily: I love how oncologists and other docs are asking pathologists questions in the chat! This is what #LCSM chat is all abou…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM Micropapillary adenocarcinoma, is a type of adenocarcinoma with poor prognosis https://t.co/11KpViB1jr
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @JFreemanDaily: I love how oncologists and other docs are asking pathologists questions in the chat! This is what #LCSM chat is all abou…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @DavidCookeMD: A5 I always accompany my own frozen section specimen to the pathology frozen section room in the OR and sit and "Shoot th…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Pathologists should interpret them. Right, @drjainsp ? #LCSM https://t.co/XlI3DEEeC0
Narjust Duma, M.D. @NarjustDumaMD
@JFreemanDaily @lcsmchat We always can learn from a pathologist. #LCSM
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @NarjustDuma: @JFreemanDaily @lcsmchat We always can learn from a pathologist. #LCSM
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @JFreemanDaily: I love how oncologists and other docs are asking pathologists questions in the chat! This is what #LCSM chat is all abou…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
It's this face to face communication that can sometimes make all the difference. Sometimes there are subtleties that are difficult to explain with a phone call to the surgeon in the operative suite I also like to go to the op suite and speak to the thoracic surgeon directly #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD We know for a fact that not all clinics/physicians adopt new guidelines as soon as they're published. It takes a while for standard of care to adjust to new guidelines, and LC guidelines are changing REALLY fast. #LCSM
Amy H. Deeken @AmyHDeekenMD
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM Micropapillary adenocarcinoma, is a type of adenocarcinoma with poor prognosis https://t.co/11KpViB1jr
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @wildwestannie: @israhkhan Ugly. Definitely worthy of killing! #lcsm
Jennifer Ersek @JLErsek
@jillfeldman4 Many sources of info for oncologists—they don’t have to do it alone unless they choose to! Virtual molecular tumor boards open to many, some centers have internal boards, most of the NGS testing companies have support available to oncs for treatment decision making too! #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: It's this face to face communication that can sometimes make all the difference. Sometimes there are subtleties that are…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A5: We pathologists are here for you! Get your diagnostic report and read it! We’re happy to discuss it with you, and loo…
Narjust Duma, M.D. @NarjustDumaMD
@israhkhan @lcsmchat Love seeing so many pathologists here. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JFreemanDaily: @plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD We know for a fact that not all clinics/physicians adopt new guidelines as soon as they're publi…
Etan @et565
@TimAllenMDJD But seriously, molecular pathologists need to stay up to date with the current literature and know which tests will add value. Meaning, which tests will help with prognosis, diagnosis AND possible treatments. That is how a molecular pathologist adds value to the team. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JLErsek: @jillfeldman4 Many sources of info for oncologists—they don’t have to do it alone unless they choose to! Virtual molecular tum…
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @TimAllenMDJD: It's this face to face communication that can sometimes make all the difference. Sometimes there are subtleties that are…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
#LCSM FTW #goteam
Israh (K.)Akhtar @israhkhan
#LCSM Many a times we pathologists are not lucky to have enough cells to do molecular testing. For example in this cell block we have only 24 tumor cells, which is not enough for any test. https://t.co/1b6FN45b9k
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@TimAllenMDJD I eventually met the pathologist that runs the lab that did my biomarker testing. We had a GREAT conversation. She even knew where my slides were! #LCSM
Devika Das,MD @DevikaDasMD
@TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat @drjainsp Agree with Jill. There is scarce outreach and education on interpreting on of NGS reports- education is key #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @et565: @TimAllenMDJD But seriously, molecular pathologists need to stay up to date with the current literature and know which tests wil…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Very dynamic. New information always coming. But we must keep pace! #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM Many a times we pathologists are not lucky to have enough cells to do molecular testing. For example in this cell bloc…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @JLErsek: @TimAllenMDJD Here is another *free* paper on updates in #NSCLC biomarker testing: https://t.co/Df7QP7h09k #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JFreemanDaily: @TimAllenMDJD I eventually met the pathologist that runs the lab that did my biomarker testing. We had a GREAT conversat…
Betsy @wildwestannie
RT @JFreemanDaily: @plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD We know for a fact that not all clinics/physicians adopt new guidelines as soon as they're publi…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM Many a times we pathologists are not lucky to have enough cells to do molecular testing. For example in this cell bloc…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DevikaDasMD: @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat @drjainsp Agree with Jill. There is scarce outreach and education on interpreting on of NGS report…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @et565: @TimAllenMDJD But seriously, molecular pathologists need to stay up to date with the current literature and know which tests wil…
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @et565: @TimAllenMDJD But seriously, molecular pathologists need to stay up to date with the current literature and know which tests wil…
Steve Holderness @dark_hawk_98
@israhkhan @lcsmchat #LCSM why does Micropapillary Adenocarcinoma have a poor prognosis?
H. Jack West, MD @JackWestMD
A5: As a med onc, IMO plenty of cases have some nuance that could be clinically relevant, such as very aggressive features or discussing the mix of squamous & adeno features, or to clarify the probability that a specific but rare mutation should alter treatment. #LCSM
Lesli Lord @MDTweetThyself
RT @JFreemanDaily: I love how oncologists and other docs are asking pathologists questions in the chat! This is what #LCSM chat is all abou…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @dark_hawk_98: @israhkhan @lcsmchat #LCSM why does Micropapillary Adenocarcinoma have a poor prognosis?
Sarika Jain @drjainsp
@TimAllenMDJD Yes. A molecular pathologist must always interpret the results as these are very complex. Also these results must be discussed in molecular tumor boards to make a treatment decision with molecular pathologist and oncologist on board.#LCSM
Lisa Moran @plh4lisa
Ifeel like pathology happens in the background and I wouldn't have access to my pathologist to ask any questions. #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM Many a times we pathologists are not lucky to have enough cells to do molecular testing. For example in this cell bloc…
Narjust Duma, M.D. @NarjustDumaMD
@DevikaDasMD @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat @drjainsp That's a real challenge. Also doing NGS too late. When patients may not be able to tolerate more therapy. #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Don't hesitate to call your pathologist or schedule a time to review your own case. We are the physicians that diagnose the patient's disease, and by doing so start them on their journey for treatment. And hopefully recovery! #PatientsFirst #LCSM
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RT @JackWestMD: A5: As a med onc, IMO plenty of cases have some nuance that could be clinically relevant, such as very aggressive features…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @et565: @TimAllenMDJD But seriously, molecular pathologists need to stay up to date with the current literature and know which tests wil…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @drjainsp: @TimAllenMDJD Yes. A molecular pathologist must always interpret the results as these are very complex. Also these results mu…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @drjainsp: @TimAllenMDJD Yes. A molecular pathologist must always interpret the results as these are very complex. Also these results mu…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @JackWestMD: A5: As a med onc, IMO plenty of cases have some nuance that could be clinically relevant, such as very aggressive features…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @JLErsek: @jillfeldman4 Many sources of info for oncologists—they don’t have to do it alone unless they choose to! Virtual molecular tum…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: It's this face to face communication that can sometimes make all the difference. Sometimes there are subtleties that are…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
#LikeABoss #LCSM
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @JLErsek: @jillfeldman4 Many sources of info for oncologists—they don’t have to do it alone unless they choose to! Virtual molecular tum…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
We’re in our final minutes - closing thoughts? #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @NarjustDuma: @DevikaDasMD @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat @drjainsp That's a real challenge. Also doing NGS too late. When patients may not b…
KC Dill @kasedill
@TimAllenMDJD T5 I learned from a fabulous pathologist that mine is adenosquamous and approx 4% of all NSCLC has this diagnosis. #LCSM
Justin Bateman @JJBtweetin
@tilting @TimAllenMDJD I agree, I wish it was easier. So many pathologists I know would embrace the opportunity to meet one-on-one with patients. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Don't hesitate to call your pathologist or schedule a time to review your own case. We are the physicians that diagnose t…
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @JFreemanDaily: @plh4lisa @TimAllenMDJD We know for a fact that not all clinics/physicians adopt new guidelines as soon as they're publi…
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @TimAllenMDJD: It's this face to face communication that can sometimes make all the difference. Sometimes there are subtleties that are…
Dennis Keim @denniskeim
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM This is an example of Squamous cell carcinoma. In this immunotherapy is helpful (treatment by Keytruda). So if tumor c…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @NarjustDuma: @DevikaDasMD @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat @drjainsp That's a real challenge. Also doing NGS too late. When patients may not b…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: We’re in our final minutes - closing thoughts? #LCSM
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @JJBtweetin: @tilting @TimAllenMDJD I agree, I wish it was easier. So many pathologists I know would embrace the opportunity to meet one…
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @kasedill: @TimAllenMDJD T5 I learned from a fabulous pathologist that mine is adenosquamous and approx 4% of all NSCLC has this diagn…
Devika Das,MD @DevikaDasMD
@TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat @drjainsp TPS vs CPS scores for immunotherapy use - i have seen plenty of missed opportunities in second opinions #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @JJBtweetin: @tilting @TimAllenMDJD I agree, I wish it was easier. So many pathologists I know would embrace the opportunity to meet one…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@TimAllenMDJD This is one of the best-ever #LCSM Chats! Lots of different stakeholders asking and answering questions. I LOVE it! Thanks for putting this chat together Tim!
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
We gotta change that narrative! #CallMeMaybe #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @DevikaDasMD: @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat @drjainsp TPS vs CPS scores for immunotherapy use - i have seen plenty of missed opportunities in…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @JJBtweetin: @tilting @TimAllenMDJD I agree, I wish it was easier. So many pathologists I know would embrace the opportunity to meet one…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
I'm one! #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @kasedill: @TimAllenMDJD T5 I learned from a fabulous pathologist that mine is adenosquamous and approx 4% of all NSCLC has this diagn…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Don't hesitate to call your pathologist or schedule a time to review your own case. We are the physicians that diagnose t…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @NarjustDuma: @DevikaDasMD @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat @drjainsp That's a real challenge. Also doing NGS too late. When patients may not b…
Faces of Lung Cancer @LungCancerFaces
Thank you @TimAllenMDJD for being our awesome moderator tonight. What a terrific debut. #LikeaBoss #lcsm
Mary Jo Robinson @mjrobin6714
RT @JFreemanDaily: I love how oncologists and other docs are asking pathologists questions in the chat! This is what #LCSM chat is all abou…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @JackWestMD: A5: As a med onc, IMO plenty of cases have some nuance that could be clinically relevant, such as very aggressive features…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Thank ~you~ for your patience and great help, @JFreemanDaily #LCSM
Lisa Moran @plh4lisa
@TimAllenMDJD Pathology is fascinating. Thank you for educating and enlightening us. #lcsm
Jennifer Ersek @JLErsek
@plh4lisa It never hurts to ask! #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DevikaDasMD: @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat @drjainsp TPS vs CPS scores for immunotherapy use - i have seen plenty of missed opportunities in…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Very dynamic. New information always coming. But we must keep pace! #LCSM https://t.co/4pETjE5ieX
Devika Das,MD @DevikaDasMD
@TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat Education and outreach needs to keep up with the rate advance in sciences especially in pathology to prevent inequity in cancer care #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
Great chat @TimAllenMDJD and @lcsmchat !! Also thanks to @IASLC for highlighting our chat on it's Breaking News page! https://t.co/zLhwogBhyt #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Thank you all, #LCSM team. It has been a privilege to participate, and a great honor to moderate this #LCSM session.
Narjust Duma, M.D. @NarjustDumaMD
@TimAllenMDJD I have you in speed dial. Also, love tumor boards, we get to see you in action! #LCSM https://t.co/wgJnSa4V2M
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @DevikaDasMD: @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat @drjainsp Agree with Jill. There is scarce outreach and education on interpreting on of NGS report…
Jill @jillfeldman4
T5 I think pathologists are more behind the scenes than radiologists. I would love to meet and talk to my pathologist. Maybe I will ask next time :) #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Thank ~you~ for your patience and great help, @JFreemanDaily #LCSM https://t.co/5XbQQ70aXP
H. Jack West, MD @JackWestMD
Congrats & thanks for moderating such an energetic #LCSM chat, @TimAllenMDJD -- kudos!
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Absolutely! #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @TimAllenMDJD: We gotta change that narrative! #CallMeMaybe #LCSM https://t.co/08Qo0boMww
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DevikaDasMD: @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat Education and outreach needs to keep up with the rate advance in sciences especially in pathology…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Thanks for providing me this extraordinary opportunity, @LungCancerFaces #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
@dark_hawk_98 @israhkhan @lcsmchat .@TimAllenMDJD You picked it up quickly. Looking forward to your next moderating job! #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @jillfeldman4: T5 I think pathologists are more behind the scenes than radiologists. I would love to meet and talk to my pathologist. Ma…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Thank you all, #LCSM team. It has been a privilege to participate, and a great honor to moderate this #LCSM session.
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Thanks, Jack. Just tryin' to keep up with you! #LCSM
Jennifer Ersek @JLErsek
@TimAllenMDJD I may take you up on that #callmemaybe policy myself! #LCSM
Bob Steele @steele_bob
Great LCSM Chat session tonight. Thanks to all & hope to see you next month. #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @DevikaDasMD: @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat Education and outreach needs to keep up with the rate advance in sciences especially in pathology…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Do so! Pathologists are caring physicians who can explain to you your diagnosis. And show you what your up against. #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @LungCancerFaces: Thank you @TimAllenMDJD for being our awesome moderator tonight. What a terrific debut. #LikeaBoss #lcsm
الفيزياء الطبيه☢ @aleneziahmed1
RT @RadiologyACR: Using #CT with radiation doses as low as those from plain x-rays, researchers were able to catch sold lung nodules with 9…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Do so! #LCSM
onthemark @tilting
@JJBtweetin @TimAllenMDJD Thanks for sharing that sentiment. Overall the health system in Canada suffers from a lack of communication and transparency. What if pathologists put their email addresses on their reports so the patients could email them if they had questions? #lcsm
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: We gotta change that narrative! #CallMeMaybe #LCSM https://t.co/08Qo0boMww
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
I'll be back. #LCSM
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: We’re in our final minutes - closing thoughts? #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @tilting: @JJBtweetin @TimAllenMDJD Thanks for sharing that sentiment. Overall the health system in Canada suffers from a lack of commun…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @steele_bob: Great LCSM Chat session tonight. Thanks to all & hope to see you next month. #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
Yes, shout out and many thanks to @IASLC #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @DevikaDasMD: @TimAllenMDJD @lcsmchat Education and outreach needs to keep up with the rate advance in sciences especially in pathology…
Brad Zang @Bradzang
RT @TimAllenMDJD: A4: Most molecular biomarker testing is performed on lung adenocarcinomas rather than on squamous cell carcinomas or smal…
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
It has been my great pleasure. And I agree; every day is fascinating to me as a lung pathologist. No burnout here. #LCSM #PatientsFirst
Devika Das,MD @DevikaDasMD
@NarjustDuma @JackWestMD @lcsmchat @cityofhope I wish some of ya’ll would decide to come to Alabama. We need more thoracic oncologists and no snow 😬#lcsm
KC Dill @kasedill
@TimAllenMDJD I enjoy learning about all aspects of lc Thank you as always #lcsm. I look forward to chatting each month so much my kiddos know which night it is..#Lcsm
Steve Holderness @dark_hawk_98
@kasedill @TimAllenMDJD From now on your oncologist should consider you his living unicorn I tease my oncologist about that myself (being his unicorn) now that I am 6+ year survivor of Stage IIIA NSCLC Squamous. #LCSM
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
RT @kasedill: @TimAllenMDJD I enjoy learning about all aspects of lc Thank you as always #lcsm. I look forward to chatting each month so mu…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
RT @TimAllenMDJD: Yes, shout out and many thanks to @IASLC #LCSM https://t.co/JyYw3fuaUh
Mary Jo Robinson @mjrobin6714
RT @et565: @TimAllenMDJD But seriously, molecular pathologists need to stay up to date with the current literature and know which tests wil…
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
Yes. All of oncology is emotionally stressful. Across all disciplines and stakeholders. But #LCSM is here to help!
Timothy Craig Allen @TimAllenMDJD
#lcsm
Mary Jo Robinson @mjrobin6714
RT @israhkhan: #LCSM Many a times we pathologists are not lucky to have enough cells to do molecular testing. For example in this cell bloc…
Janet Freeman-Daily @JFreemanDaily
Transcript for the 03/07 #LCSM Chat "Biomarker Magicians (or, Why We Love Pathologists)" can be found here: https://t.co/Zsdn0A7mxc
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