#LCSM Transcript

Healthcare social media transcript of the #LCSM hashtag.
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NCI Cancer Stats @NCICancerStats
Black men have the highest rates of lung and bronchus cancer. Learn more about this disease here: https://t.co/wDxSFyFxAa #LCSM https://t.co/QUdcZShk5o
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
Welcome to #LCSM Chat! Our topic tonight is “Lung Cancer Screening: Never a Better Time Than Now” #lcsm
Bonnie J. Addario @bonniejaddario
Anyone #diagnosed w/ #lungcancer can help find a solution to this disease #TODAY by joining the #LungCancerRegistry ! It’s easy & PRIVATE --> https://t.co/7yxg03matT #LCSM #beatlungcancer #Oncology #beatcancer #oncology #lungcancerresearch #lungcancer #lungcancerawareness #hope https://t.co/lreltekg2R
LungCancerFoundation @TheALCF
Anyone #diagnosed w/ #lungcancer can help find a solution to this disease #TODAY by joining the #LungCancerRegistry ! It’s easy & PRIVATE --> https://t.co/qkHgx7nn57 #LCSM #beatlungcancer #Oncology #beatcancer #oncology #lungcancerresearch #lungcancer #lungcancerawareness #hope https://t.co/mVPWQakoQn
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
We'll get started in a few minutes -- please take a moment to introduce yourselves and say hello! #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Welcome to #LCSM Chat! Our topic tonight is “Lung Cancer Screening: Welcome to #LCSM Chat! Our topic tonight is “Lung Cancer Screening: Never a Better Time Than Now” #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Welcome to #LCSM Chat! Our topic tonight is “Lung Cancer Screening: Welcome to #LCSM Chat! Our topic tonight is “Lung Cancer Screening: Never a Better Time Than Now” #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
You can read about how to participate in the chat at https://t.co/93SziNyHT6 #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
Dan here. Good evening #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
To join, enter the URL “https://t.co/RK0CDZY557” in your browser and type in #lcsm or just follow along on regular twitter. #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
Hi andrea is here #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
I’m your moderator Brendon Stiles, a thoracic surgeon, researcher, patient advocate, and believer in lung cancer screening! #lcsm
Faces of Lung Cancer 🇺🇦 @LungCancerFaces
Deana Hendrickson in warm and windy Los Angeles. Excited to chat about lung cancer screening! #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
Hi, my friends! Danielle here, a caregiver for my stage IV mama, living in NC. So good to see everyone. <3 #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@findlungcancer Hi Andrea! #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: You can read about how to participate in the chat at https://t.co/93SziNyHT6 #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: We'll get started in a few minutes -- please take a moment to introduce yourselves and say hello! #lcsm
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
RT @BrendonStilesMD: You can read about how to participate in the chat at https://t.co/93SziNyHT6 #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: You can read about how to participate in the chat at https://t.co/93SziNyHT6 #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
I would like to disclose conflicts – I chair @lung_fund & have worked with @merck and @astrazeneca & may work with @medtronic. My wife worked @pfizer and now @ppdCRO. These don’t affect opinions expressed tonight. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@Actorielle Hi Danielle. Thanks for joining! #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
Please note that https://t.co/im3tlIx0RZ will only show tweets that are 140 characters or less. #lcsm
Betsy @MAmaskwearer
Hi, Betsy here from cold but beautiful Gloucester MA #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: I’m your moderator Brendon Stiles, a thoracic surgeon, researcher, patient advocate, and believer in lung cancer screening! #lcsm
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
Good evening! Always honored to be here! We're an org in the Boston area, using performing arts to raise #lungcancer awareness and funding. Hello, friends! #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: I would like to disclose conflicts – I chair @lung_fund & have worked with @merck and @astrazeneca & may work with @medtronic. My wife worked @pfizer and now @ppdCRO. These don’t affect opinions expressed tonight. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
In this week’s chat we hope to explore new data in support of CT screening for lung cancer and hear ideas to help increase screening rates. #lcsm
Andrea Mckee @arbmckee
#LCSM @arbmckee here
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@wildwestannie Hi Betsy. Glad you could join us. #lcsm
dearmaizie @dearmaizie
RT @LungCancerFaces: "When the best known and one of the oldest cancer non-profits in the country continues to propagate the stigma so many of us are working hard to bring to an end, it definitely gains our attention." We're looking at you @AmericanCancer Society. https://t.co/tOQxywaofc #lcsm #hcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: In this week’s chat we hope to explore new data in support of CT screening for lung cancer and hear ideas to help increase screening rates. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@arbmckee Love it! Thanks for joining! #lcsm
Dr Nikki Stamp FRACS @drnikkistamp
@BrendonStilesMD Morning all! Joining along while in a MDT - Cardiothoracic surgeon from Australia #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
#awesome great to have you RT @arbmckee: #LCSM @arbmckee here
Lung Cancer Sux @LungCancerSux
Hello from CT! Care partner to 8+ yr NSCLC survivor #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
The NELSON trial presented at #WCLC2018 from @IASLC was strongly positive and provides a convincing argument for screening. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
Welcome @findlungcancer and @arbmckee! #LCSM
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
David Cooke, your friendly neighborhood thoracic surgeon. #LCSM
It's me! @JohnLPender
Lurking, as usual. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@drnikkistamp Now we actually have a famous CT surgeon on the chat! #lcsm Thanks for joining!
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
We will get started soon. First, a few reminders… #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: The NELSON trial presented at #WCLC2018 from @IASLC was strongly positive and provides a convincing argument for screening. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
Please remember to include #LCSM in ALL your tweets so the other chat participants will see them during the chat  #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: The NELSON trial presented at #WCLC2018 from @IASLC was strongly positive and provides a convincing argument for screening. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
If you prefer just to listen, please tweet “#LCSM” so we know you’re in the audience  #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@LungCancerSux Thanks for joining! #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: We will get started soon. First, a few reminders… #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
I will announce FIVE topics (T1 T2 etc). Please label your responses with T1, T2, etc to make transcript easier to follow.  #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Please remember to include #LCSM in ALL your tweets so the other chat participants will see them during the chat  #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: If you prefer just to listen, please tweet “#LCSM” so we know you’re in the audience  #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
We’ll start with Topic T1 in a minute. Great to have such a diverse group here! Thanks to everyone for joining. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@DavidCookeMD Another pretty famous one.... #lcsm
Lung Cancer #1 cancer killer of women @VirginiaMByrne
For those who care for lung cancer survivors. #lcsm #bcsm @UKALK1 @IndiaAlk @ALKLungCancer
LungCancer.net @LungCancer_HU
Margot here! #LCSM
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T1. What is important about the NELSON trial findings? #lcsm
Hossen Mahmud, MD @DrHMahmudMD
I am here after missing some previous chats. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
@H_SalemOaks Many find it easier to just search #lcsm on twitter and keep refreshing.
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T1 Without a doubt the confirmation of the decrease in mortality particularly that it’s above 20% for both men and women. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
Here is what it looked like. #lcsm https://t.co/NDLhnusMgG
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. What is important about the NELSON trial findings? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: I will announce FIVE topics (T1 T2 etc). Please label your responses with T1, T2, etc to make transcript easier to follow.  #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: We’ll start with Topic T1 in a minute. Great to have such a diverse group here! Thanks to everyone for joining. #lcsm
Anita Figueras @scifiknitter
Anita here from northern NY. EGFR, stage IV & getting ready to embark on treatment #7. 😮 #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. What is important about the NELSON trial findings? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T1 Without a doubt the confirmation of the decrease in mortality particularly that it’s above 20% for both men and women. #lcsm
Lung Cancer #1 cancer killer of women @VirginiaMByrne
#lcsm here! Floating in the rough waters off of Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T1. From @ASCOPost https://t.co/jqgHnCfCqQ #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Here is what it looked like. #lcsm https://t.co/NDLhnusMgG
Vamsi Velcheti, MD @VamsiVelcheti
Vamsi Velcheti @nyulangone joining #LCSM @lcsmchat
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T1. Participants were randomized to CT screening at baseline, 1, 3, and 5.5 years after randomization, or to a control group that received usual care. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. From @ASCOPost https://t.co/jqgHnCfCqQ #lcsm
Dr Nikki Stamp FRACS @drnikkistamp
@BrendonStilesMD T1: small female representation - could be challenging to extrapolate here #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T1. Detection rates varied between 0.8% and 1.1% across screenings (0.9% overall), and the positive predictive value (chances of a suspicious nodule being cancer) of screening was 41% #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T1 NELSON 2nd trial to show a large mortality benefit for #lungcancer screening; Europe, Japan waiting for results b4 starting screen #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. Participants were randomized to CT screening at baseline, 1, 3, and 5.5 years after randomization, or to a control group that received usual care. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
Nodules detected. #lcsm https://t.co/3f90cpovGe
Betsy @MAmaskwearer
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Here is what it looked like. #lcsm https://t.co/NDLhnusMgG
Bob Steele @steele_bob
Bob here in Greensboro, NC. A few minutes late due to cancer research... #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @drnikkistamp: @BrendonStilesMD T1: @BrendonStilesMD T1: small female representation - could be challenging to extrapolate here #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. Detection rates varied between 0.8% and 1.1% across screenings (0.9% overall), and the positive predictive value (chances of a suspicious nodule being cancer) of screening was 41% #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T1 NELSON mortality benefits larger than NLST especially in women #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T1 NELSON 2nd trial to show a large mortality benefit for #lungcancer screening; Europe, Japan waiting for results b4 starting screen #lcsm
It's me! @JohnLPender
@BrendonStilesMD T1 What's the NELSON trial? Never heard of it. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. Participants were randomized to CT screening at baseline, 1, 3, and 5.5 years after randomization, or to a control group that received usual care. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@drnikkistamp Confirms previous hints though. My sense is that it is real. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. From @ASCOPost https://t.co/jqgHnCfCqQ #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Here is what it looked like. #lcsm https://t.co/NDLhnusMgG
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T1 with a 2nd trial the naysayers will have less basis to say screening doesn't work #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
A1 NELSON Trial Importance. Large, expensive randomized clinical trial shows benefit of #Lungcancerscreening. 2nd such trial. Can we all agree now? Also benefit to women. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Nodules detected. #lcsm https://t.co/3f90cpovGe
Andrea Mckee @arbmckee
#lcsm T1 significant mortality benefit confirms NLST results to current high risk population, opens the door for access to screening younger group of patients with fewer pack years. 60% mortality benefit in women never before described in screening randomized trial unpreceden
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Nodules detected. #lcsm https://t.co/3f90cpovGe
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T1 NELSON mortality benefits larger than NLST especially in women #lcsm
Peggy Dennis @peggyddennis
#LCSM Joining from Denver
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. Detection rates varied between 0.8% and 1.1% across screenings (0.9% overall), and the positive predictive value (chances of a suspicious nodule being cancer) of screening was 41% #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T1. CT screening reduced the risk of dying from lung cancer by about 26% in men and by 39-61% in females! How is that for moving the needle? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @drnikkistamp Confirms previous hints though. My sense is that it is real. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T1 with a 2nd trial the naysayers will have less basis to say screening doesn't work #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: A1 NELSON Trial Importance. Large, expensive randomized clinical trial shows benefit of #Lungcancerscreening. 2nd such trial. Can we all agree now? Also benefit to women. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @arbmckee: #lcsm T1 significant mortality benefit confirms NLST results to current high risk population, opens the door for access to screening younger group of patients with fewer pack years. 60% mortality benefit in women never before described in screening randomized trial unpreceden
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
RT @DavidCookeMD: A1 NELSON Trial Importance. Large, expensive randomized clinical trial shows benefit of #Lungcancerscreening. 2nd such trial. Can we all agree now? Also benefit to women. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. CT screening reduced the risk of dying from lung cancer by about 26% in men and by 39-61% in females! How is that for moving the needle? #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T1. The association with an increased benefit of CT screening in females has been described before but was very compelling. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
RT @findlungcancer: T1 with a 2nd trial the naysayers will have less basis to say screening doesn't work #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T1 some insist stage shift and survival time are not good surrogates for mortality; well the mortality benefit is now conclusive #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T1. These results were even more favorable than those reported in the NLST. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
Here's the blog post: https://t.co/gIWGopXXU3 #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. CT screening reduced the risk of dying from lung cancer by about 26% in men and by 39-61% in females! How is that for moving the needle? #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T1. NELSON should be the catalyst for widespread screening in Europe and should increase screening rates in the US. #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
What would we conjecture the increased benefit in women for NELSON trial? Statistical oddity? #LCSM
Hossen Mahmud, MD @DrHMahmudMD
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. These results were even more favorable than those reported in the NLST. #lcsm
Andrea Mckee @arbmckee
@BrendonStilesMD #lcsm and in lower risk population
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. The association with an increased benefit of CT screening in females has been described before but was very compelling. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T1 some insist stage shift and survival time are not good surrogates for mortality; well the mortality benefit is now conclusive #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. These results were even more favorable than those reported in the NLST. #lcsm
Betsy @MAmaskwearer
RT @DavidCookeMD: A1 NELSON Trial Importance. Large, expensive randomized clinical trial shows benefit of #Lungcancerscreening. 2nd such trial. Can we all agree now? Also benefit to women. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. NELSON should be the catalyst for widespread screening in Europe and should increase screening rates in the US. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: What would we conjecture the increased benefit in women for NELSON trial? Statistical oddity? #LCSM
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. CT screening reduced the risk of dying from lung cancer by about 26% in men and by 39-61% in females! How is that for moving the needle? #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@DavidCookeMD Perhaps different biology. Slower growing cancers? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @arbmckee: @BrendonStilesMD #lcsm and in lower risk population
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T1 many felt NELSON would be neutral due to delay in reporting results and dilution, so the 25% mortality benefit even more impressive #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T1 Confirms real life. And my primary care, when we find nodules incidentally, it’s usually early and the patients do better #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T1. It is important to recognize that NELSON and NLST are probably the LOWEST benefit of what can be achieved with CT screening. #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
RT @arbmckee: @BrendonStilesMD #lcsm and in lower risk population
Vamsi Velcheti, MD @VamsiVelcheti
@BrendonStilesMD T1- Bottomline message from NELSON- IMO the magnitude of benefit with LDCT is comparable to other screening programs like breast/colon and should be widely implemented- #LCSM Lung cancer screening saves lives
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @DavidCookeMD Perhaps different biology. Slower growing cancers? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T1 many felt NELSON would be neutral due to delay in reporting results and dilution, so the 25% mortality benefit even more impressive #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T1 Confirms real life. And my primary care, when we find nodules incidentally, it’s usually early and the patients do better #lcsm
Dr Riyaz Shah @DrRiyazShah
@apassaroMD True but many oncologists won’t treat anything other than PS 0/1 simply because that what the trials did. Which is fair enough if you believe in EBM and mantra of “first do no harm” #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. It is important to recognize that NELSON and NLST are probably the LOWEST benefit of what can be achieved with CT screening. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @VamsiVelcheti: @BrendonStilesMD T1- Bottomline message from NELSON- IMO the magnitude of benefit with LDCT is comparable to other screening programs like breast/colon and should be widely implemented- #LCSM Lung cancer screening saves lives
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. NELSON should be the catalyst for widespread screening in Europe and should increase screening rates in the US. #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
True. Time limited. Unclear if should continue to screen "indefinitely". #LCSM
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T1. Depending on the age, some males may have had additional occupational exposures as well which impact their ca #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@VamsiVelcheti Arguably, lung cancer screening mortality data is STRONGER. #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T1 yes the benefit in NLST and NELSON are probably the low end, with screening for 20plus years mortality benefit >50% #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @findlungcancer: T1 some insist stage shift and survival time are not good surrogates for mortality; well the mortality benefit is now conclusive #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DrRiyazShah: @apassaroMD True but many oncologists won’t treat anything other than PS 0/1 simply because that what the trials did. Which is fair enough if you believe in EBM and mantra of “first do no harm” #LCSM
Whitney Zahnd @WhitneyZahnd
#lcsm post-doctoral cancer disparities researcher doing some lung cancer work, just joining in to listen!
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
Getting ready to move to T2. #lcsm
Anita Figueras @scifiknitter
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. CT screening reduced the risk of dying from lung cancer by about 26% in men and by 39-61% in females! How is that for moving the needle? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: True. Time limited. Unclear if should continue to screen "indefinitely". #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T1. Depending on the age, some males may have had additional occupational exposures as well which impact their ca #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @VamsiVelcheti Arguably, lung cancer screening mortality data is STRONGER. #lcsm
onthemark @tilting
@BrendonStilesMD T1 Why do you think that NELSON and NLST are the lowest benefit? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T1 yes the benefit in NLST and NELSON are probably the low end, with screening for 20plus years mortality benefit >50% #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
If some one cannot tolerate treatment, including SBRT, then should not undergo #lungcancerscreening. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @WhitneyZahnd: #lcsm post-doctoral cancer disparities researcher doing some lung cancer work, just joining in to listen!
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@WhitneyZahnd Important topic for lung cancer screening. thanks for joining. #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T1 would be interesting to see if in 20 years time mortality for sexes is more well matched with more females in the workplace #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T1 Best of all, Europe and Japan and many others will now start screening their high risk population #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@tilting We can and should screen for more than just 3 cycles. #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @BrendonStilesMD: The NELSON trial presented at #WCLC2018 from @IASLC was strongly positive and provides a convincing argument for screening. #lcsm
Andrea Mckee @arbmckee
#lcsm evidence supports what we have been saying about NLST- that had there been additional rounds of screening mortality benefit would have been even greater
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: If some one cannot tolerate treatment, including SBRT, then should not undergo #lungcancerscreening. #LCSM
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T2. Who should be screened for lung cancer and how can a patient find a screening center? #lcsm
Hossen Mahmud, MD @DrHMahmudMD
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @tilting We can and should screen for more than just 3 cycles. #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @arbmckee: #lcsm evidence supports what we have been saying about NLST- that had there been additional rounds of screening mortality benefit would have been even greater
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T1 would be interesting to see if in 20 years time mortality for sexes is more well matched with more females in the workplace #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T1 Best of all, Europe and Japan and many others will now start screening their high risk population #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @tilting We can and should screen for more than just 3 cycles. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @arbmckee: #lcsm evidence supports what we have been saying about NLST- that had there been additional rounds of screening mortality benefit would have been even greater
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T2. Who should be screened for lung cancer and how can a patient find a screening center? #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T2. Who should be screened for lung cancer and how can a patient find a screening center? #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T2. Lung cancer screening criteria are stricter than most. #lcsm https://t.co/qeANiouHmt
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T2. Lung cancer screening criteria are stricter than most. #lcsm https://t.co/qeANiouHmt
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T2. Screening is approved for those aged 55-74 with a 30-pack year smoking history (1ppd for 30 years, 2 ppd for 15 years, etc), and who currently smoke or who have quite within 15 years. #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T2 nelson says smokers. I say add family hist, radon exposure, occupational carcinogens, #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T2. Important to recognize that these criteria miss a lot of patients. #lcsm
LiveLung @LiveLung1
Tuning in to hear the latest compelling research about #screening #lcsm
Lung Cancer Sux @LungCancerSux
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T2. Lung cancer screening criteria are stricter than most. #lcsm https://t.co/qeANiouHmt
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T2. But important to remember that getting a CT scan on a patient with symptoms isn’t “screening”. However, recognition of signs/symptoms of lung cancer in ANYONE just as important. #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
A2 @LCAorg has a nice list of screening centers in each state: https://t.co/IbZMul4Q2B #LCSM
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
screened for 3 or 4 (years); followed for 3+ years so people got late stage diagnosis > screening stopped @tilting @BrendonStilesMD #lcsm
Lung Cancer Sux @LungCancerSux
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T2. Screening is approved for those aged 55-74 with a 30-pack year smoking history (1ppd for 30 years, 2 ppd for 15 years, etc), and who currently smoke or who have quite within 15 years. #lcsm
LiveLung @LiveLung1
RT @DavidCookeMD: A1 NELSON Trial Importance. Large, expensive randomized clinical trial shows benefit of #Lungcancerscreening. 2nd such trial. Can we all agree now? Also benefit to women. #LCSM
LiveLung @LiveLung1
RT @arbmckee: #lcsm T1 significant mortality benefit confirms NLST results to current high risk population, opens the door for access to screening younger group of patients with fewer pack years. 60% mortality benefit in women never before described in screening randomized trial unpreceden
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T2. Screening is approved for those aged 55-74 with a 30-pack year smoking history (1ppd for 30 years, 2 ppd for 15 years, etc), and who currently smoke or who have quite within 15 years. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T2 nelson says smokers. I say add family hist, radon exposure, occupational carcinogens, #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T2. Eventually, we will develop expanded criteria including family history and genetic markers. We need more research in this area. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T2. Important to recognize that these criteria miss a lot of patients. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T2. But important to remember that getting a CT scan on a patient with symptoms isn’t “screening”. However, recognition of signs/symptoms of lung cancer in ANYONE just as important. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: A2 @LCAorg has a nice list of screening centers in each state: A2 @LCAorg has a nice list of screening centers in each state: https://t.co/IbZMul4Q2B #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: screened for 3 or 4 (years); followed for 3+ years so people got late stage diagnosis > screening stopped @tilting @BrendonStilesMD #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T2. But before expanding screening criteria (family history, other exposures, genetic markers) we need to first show we can enroll currently eligible patients. #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T2 Finding a screening center the patient can afford to travel to is the issue. 20 mile drive is not affordable for a lot of pts #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T2 we should be screening NCCN Group 2 -- @laheyhealth results show at equivalent risk as the covered group #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T2. Eventually, we will develop expanded criteria including family history and genetic markers. We need more research in this area. #lcsm
LiveLung @LiveLung1
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T2. Lung cancer screening criteria are stricter than most. #lcsm https://t.co/qeANiouHmt
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T2. Look for centers accredited by the ACR. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @DavidCookeMD: A2 @LCAorg has a nice list of screening centers in each state: A2 @LCAorg has a nice list of screening centers in each state: https://t.co/IbZMul4Q2B #LCSM
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
RT @findlungcancer: T2 we should be screening NCCN Group 2 -- @laheyhealth results show at equivalent risk as the covered group #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T2 Also consider using risk prediction models for selection e.g. PLCO2012 #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T2. But important to remember that getting a CT scan on a patient with symptoms isn’t “screening”. However, recognition of signs/symptoms of lung cancer in ANYONE just as important. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @LungRoadAhead: T2 nelson says smokers. I say add family hist, radon exposure, occupational carcinogens, #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T2. @LCAorg also has a nice list of centers: https://t.co/2zyWvCKwkM #lcsm
Faces of Lung Cancer 🇺🇦 @LungCancerFaces
How many times (years) should one continue screening for lung cancer? #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T2. Every hospital with a CT scanner should be doing. If no one on staff qualified to read, send films to larger center to be read #lcsm
Katsuaki Maehara Ph.D. 🇯🇵 @KatsuakiMaehara
RT @JTOonline: JTO Research Watch: JTO Research Watch: "Tumor Mutation Burden as a Biomarker in Resected Non–Small-Cell Lung Cancer." #LCSM #NSCLC https://t.co/92jnr5YPhJ
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T2. But before expanding screening criteria (family history, other exposures, genetic markers) we need to first show we can enroll currently eligible patients. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T2 Finding a screening center the patient can afford to travel to is the issue. 20 mile drive is not affordable for a lot of pts #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T2. Most importantly, talk to your family doctor, pulmonologist, or internal medicine physician. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T2 we should be screening NCCN Group 2 -- @laheyhealth results show at equivalent risk as the covered group #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T2. Look for centers accredited by the ACR. #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
Correct. < 5% of those who are eligible are screened. https://t.co/UIEObTgYrz #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T2 Also consider using risk prediction models for selection e.g. PLCO2012 #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T2 current screening criteria results in less AA eligible for screening due to smoking history, age; risk models do better #lcsm
Angie Derrick @AngieBDerrick
RT @DavidCookeMD: A2 @LCAorg has a nice list of screening centers in each state: A2 @LCAorg has a nice list of screening centers in each state: https://t.co/IbZMul4Q2B #LCSM
Hossen Mahmud, MD @DrHMahmudMD
I think we should make an uniform guideline on who should be screened for lung cancer, particularly as per age. Now there are different guidelines set up by different thoracic professional and other organizations. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
@LungRoadAhead I wish I could put this on t-shirts, billboards, etc. My own PCP's PA told me I was "not at risk" for LC b/c of my age. It is all over my family hx. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungCancerFaces: How many times (years) should one continue screening for lung cancer? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T2. Every hospital with a CT scanner should be doing. If no one on staff qualified to read, send films to larger center to be read #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@LungCancerFaces IMO, as long as they would do something about a cancer if found. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T2. Most importantly, talk to your family doctor, pulmonologist, or internal medicine physician. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: Correct. < 5% of those who are eligible are screened. https://t.co/UIEObTgYrz #LCSM
Cancer translated @WaywardCell
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. CT screening reduced the risk of dying from lung cancer by about 26% in men and by 39-61% in females! How is that for moving the needle? #lcsm
Betsy @MAmaskwearer
@LungRoadAhead Interesting for those who are still alive and didn’t die from lung cancer that could’ve been dx’d but wasn’t because RULES and uninformed primary care! (Forgive my drama)#LCSM
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @LungRoadAhead: T2 Finding a screening center the patient can afford to travel to is the issue. 20 mile drive is not affordable for a lot of pts #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T2 current screening criteria results in less AA eligible for screening due to smoking history, age; risk models do better #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @Actorielle: @LungRoadAhead I wish I could put this on t-shirts, billboards, etc. My own PCP's PA told me I was "not at risk" for LC b/c of my age. It is all over my family hx. #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T2. If we stick with the present list of centers we will exclude about half of pts from access to screening #lcsm
Devika Das, MD, MSHQS @DevikaDasMD
@BrendonStilesMD What if you started smoking very young ? I think it’s should be flexible on the age.. #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @LungRoadAhead: T2 nelson says smokers. I say add family hist, radon exposure, occupational carcinogens, #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @LungCancerFaces IMO, as long as they would do something about a cancer if found. #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T2 if you are a current or former smoker; have a discussion about screening with your doctor; encourage others you know to do the same #lcsm
Andrea Mckee @arbmckee
@findlungcancer @LaheyHealth #lcsm NCCN group 2 at equal risk for development of lung cancer - insurance coverage is not equivalent to medical evidence
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @wildwestannie: @LungRoadAhead Interesting for those who are still alive and didn’t die from lung cancer that could’ve been dx’d but wasn’t because RULES and uninformed primary care! (Forgive my drama)#LCSM
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
Also, members of the Black community when they are eligible, are less likely to be screened. https://t.co/Hzhqmbw2ZR #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T2. If we stick with the present list of centers we will exclude about half of pts from access to screening #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @DavidCookeMD: A2 @LCAorg has a nice list of screening centers in each state: A2 @LCAorg has a nice list of screening centers in each state: https://t.co/IbZMul4Q2B #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DevikaDasMD: @BrendonStilesMD What if you started smoking very young ? I think it’s should be flexible on the age.. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T2 if you are a current or former smoker; have a discussion about screening with your doctor; encourage others you know to do the same #lcsm
Anita Figueras @scifiknitter
RT @DavidCookeMD: A2 @LCAorg has a nice list of screening centers in each state: A2 @LCAorg has a nice list of screening centers in each state: https://t.co/IbZMul4Q2B #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @arbmckee: @findlungcancer @LaheyHealth #lcsm NCCN group 2 at equal risk for development of lung cancer - insurance coverage is not equivalent to medical evidence
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@DevikaDasMD I agree. The starting age of 55 seems too loose for heavy smokers. And why stop at 74 in healthy people? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: Also, members of the Black community when they are eligible, are less likely to be screened. https://t.co/Hzhqmbw2ZR #LCSM
Anita Figueras @scifiknitter
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T2. Eventually, we will develop expanded criteria including family history and genetic markers. We need more research in this area. #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @DevikaDasMD: @BrendonStilesMD What if you started smoking very young ? I think it’s should be flexible on the age.. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
Going to jump to another important topic, T3 in just a minute. #lcsm
Hossen Mahmud, MD @DrHMahmudMD
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @DevikaDasMD I agree. The starting age of 55 seems too loose for heavy smokers. And why stop at 74 in healthy people? #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @DevikaDasMD I agree. The starting age of 55 seems too loose for heavy smokers. And why stop at 74 in healthy people? #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
HI! I'm late, but here! #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T2 Agree. Healthy 76 yr old shouldnt just be written off #lcsm
LiveLung @LiveLung1
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @DevikaDasMD I agree. The starting age of 55 seems too loose for heavy smokers. And why stop at 74 in healthy people? #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
@BrendonStilesMD *Provided they are current in the field. My PCP's office has not necessarily been supportive of my prophylactic interest, which is due to my extensive family hx of LC, and I think that's a shame. #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
The only guidelines that matter right now are the USPSTF and @CMSGov #LCSM
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@MimiProvenzano Ahhh. Finally. Missing you from afar. Hope all is well. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @DavidCookeMD: Also, members of the Black community when they are eligible, are less likely to be screened. https://t.co/Hzhqmbw2ZR #LCSM
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @DavidCookeMD: The only guidelines that matter right now are the USPSTF and @CMSGov #LCSM
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @arbmckee: @findlungcancer @LaheyHealth #lcsm NCCN group 2 at equal risk for development of lung cancer - insurance coverage is not equivalent to medical evidence
Faces of Lung Cancer 🇺🇦 @LungCancerFaces
Why do you think we have so few getting screened currently? More than one reason? #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T3. How can we increase screening rates of eligible patients? #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
@wildwestannie @LungRoadAhead Likewise in my family. Not drama! #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @DevikaDasMD I agree. The starting age of 55 seems too loose for heavy smokers. And why stop at 74 in healthy people? #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
need to help all screening sites to implement quality #lungcancer screening programs - @LungRoadAhead https://t.co/iemZXfDSfN #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T2 Agree. Healthy 76 yr old shouldnt just be written off #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
@lcsmchat , Yo! #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @Actorielle: @BrendonStilesMD *Provided they are current in the field. My PCP's office has not necessarily been supportive of my prophylactic interest, which is due to my extensive family hx of LC, and I think that's a shame. #lcsm
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. How can we increase screening rates of eligible patients? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: The only guidelines that matter right now are the USPSTF and @CMSGov #LCSM
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T3. This is critical question. Despite CMS approval, less than 10% of patients getting screened. HORRIBLE. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. How can we increase screening rates of eligible patients? #lcsm
Betsy @MAmaskwearer
@LungRoadAhead I would happily drive 50 to 100 miles. Or find someone to drive me. But I’m part of the choir. #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @LungCancerFaces: Why do you think we have so few getting screened currently? More than one reason? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungCancerFaces: Why do you think we have so few getting screened currently? More than one reason? #lcsm
Vamsi Velcheti, MD @VamsiVelcheti
T2 #LCSM IPN and unnecessary biopsies and complications still an issue @lcsmchat need improved acccess to novel imaging software #ArtificialInteligence
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @LungCancerFaces: Why do you think we have so few getting screened currently? More than one reason? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: need to help all screening sites to implement quality #lungcancer screening programs - @LungRoadAhead https://t.co/iemZXfDSfN #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. How can we increase screening rates of eligible patients? #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @LungCancerFaces: Why do you think we have so few getting screened currently? More than one reason? #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @VamsiVelcheti: T2 #LCSM IPN and unnecessary biopsies and complications still an issue @lcsmchat need improved acccess to novel imaging software #ArtificialInteligence
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T3 from the primary care trenches, we have hard time just doing what we have to do. Req for visit to counsel prior to CT limits orders #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
This. A blueprint for medical centers (urban and rural) to start a #luncancerscreening program. #LCSM @LungAssociation
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
Private insurance and Medicare. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
Here are potential lives saved by 2030 if we did better at screening eligible patients. Should we save 62,000 lives? How about 138,000? I vote yes. #lcsm https://t.co/G5RDjQSpbI
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
@LungCancerFaces I personally know several folks who would be eligible for tests such as this but who are scared of what might be there/in a form of denial. Heartbreaking. #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @DavidCookeMD: This. A blueprint for medical centers (urban and rural) to start a #luncancerscreening program. #LCSM @LungAssociation
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. This is critical question. Despite CMS approval, less than 10% of patients getting screened. HORRIBLE. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @DavidCookeMD: @lcsmchat , Yo! #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. This is critical question. Despite CMS approval, less than 10% of patients getting screened. HORRIBLE. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@drnikkistamp Medicare and insurance. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @wildwestannie: @LungRoadAhead I would happily drive 50 to 100 miles. Or find someone to drive me. But I’m part of the choir. #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T2 NCCN Guidelines as a Model of Extended Criteria for Lung Cancer Screening. https://t.co/DkkGdLCKXN #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @VamsiVelcheti: T2 #LCSM IPN and unnecessary biopsies and complications still an issue @lcsmchat need improved acccess to novel imaging software #ArtificialInteligence
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Here are potential lives saved by 2030 if we did better at screening eligible patients. Should we save 62,000 lives? How about 138,000? I vote yes. #lcsm https://t.co/G5RDjQSpbI
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T3 from the primary care trenches, we have hard time just doing what we have to do. Req for visit to counsel prior to CT limits orders #lcsm
Aurora Cancer Care @Aurora_Cancer
RT @NCICancerStats: Black men have the highest rates of lung and bronchus cancer. Learn more about this disease here: Black men have the highest rates of lung and bronchus cancer. Learn more about this disease here: https://t.co/wDxSFyFxAa #LCSM https://t.co/QUdcZShk5o
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Here are potential lives saved by 2030 if we did better at screening eligible patients. Should we save 62,000 lives? How about 138,000? I vote yes. #lcsm https://t.co/G5RDjQSpbI
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @findlungcancer: T2 NCCN Guidelines as a Model of Extended Criteria for Lung Cancer Screening. https://t.co/DkkGdLCKXN #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @Actorielle: @LungCancerFaces I personally know several folks who would be eligible for tests such as this but who are scared of what might be there/in a form of denial. Heartbreaking. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T2 NCCN Guidelines as a Model of Extended Criteria for Lung Cancer Screening. https://t.co/DkkGdLCKXN #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T3. Colon &breast ca screening also can raise questions but we see those patients after the test , why should tbe any diff for lung #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Here are potential lives saved by 2030 if we did better at screening eligible patients. Should we save 62,000 lives? How about 138,000? I vote yes. #lcsm https://t.co/G5RDjQSpbI
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @DavidCookeMD: This. A blueprint for medical centers (urban and rural) to start a #luncancerscreening program. #LCSM @LungAssociation
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
#SiSePuede ! #LCSM
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T3. Lots of barriers exist. From @drCarterHarris #lcsm https://t.co/PWRJaerKli
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @findlungcancer: T2 NCCN Guidelines as a Model of Extended Criteria for Lung Cancer Screening. https://t.co/DkkGdLCKXN #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
#lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @wildwestannie: @LungRoadAhead I would happily drive 50 to 100 miles. Or find someone to drive me. But I’m part of the choir. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T3. Colon &breast ca screening also can raise questions but we see those patients after the test , why should tbe any diff for lung #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T3. Need education, education, and more education. Of physicians and the public. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @findlungcancer: T2 NCCN Guidelines as a Model of Extended Criteria for Lung Cancer Screening. https://t.co/DkkGdLCKXN #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. Lots of barriers exist. From @drCarterHarris #lcsm https://t.co/PWRJaerKli
Seth Krantz, MD, FACS @SethBKrantz
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T2. Lung cancer screening criteria are stricter than most. #lcsm https://t.co/qeANiouHmt
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @findlungcancer: T2 NCCN Guidelines as a Model of Extended Criteria for Lung Cancer Screening. https://t.co/DkkGdLCKXN #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T3. Referral to screening centers may help streamline process. #lcsm
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
RT @findlungcancer: T2 NCCN Guidelines as a Model of Extended Criteria for Lung Cancer Screening. https://t.co/DkkGdLCKXN #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. Lots of barriers exist. From @drCarterHarris #lcsm https://t.co/PWRJaerKli
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T3. We have to debunk the argument that CT screening is somehow hurting people. Simply not true. #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
need to engage referring physicians in talking to their patients My orthopedic surgeon today agreed to talk to his patients #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T3 75% of mammograms i order are when i notice pt has not had done during a sick visit. I just place the order #lcsm
Betsy @MAmaskwearer
@Actorielle @LungCancerFaces Me too. My brother for one #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T3. Also have to get past the stigma that lung cancer is somehow the fault of the patient and the nihilism that it is incurable. Also simply not true. #lcsm
Hossen Mahmud, MD @DrHMahmudMD
#LCSM
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. We have to debunk the argument that CT screening is somehow hurting people. Simply not true. #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T3 For lung ca. I cant do that. I am required to do the counselling visit #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
Anyone? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. Need education, education, and more education. Of physicians and the public. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T3. Standardized programs for follow up will help incredibly. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. Referral to screening centers may help streamline process. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. We have to debunk the argument that CT screening is somehow hurting people. Simply not true. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: need to engage referring physicians in talking to their patients My orthopedic surgeon today agreed to talk to his patients #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T3 75% of mammograms i order are when i notice pt has not had done during a sick visit. I just place the order #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. Need education, education, and more education. Of physicians and the public. #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
agree - there is a lot of misinformation & WRONG info about harms and benefits portrayed as being minimal @BrendonStilesMD #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
Educating docs is key. A lot of doubt in the medical community, specifically primary care and family medicine. Despite overwhelming evidence. No resistance when it comes to breast or colon. #LCSM
Bill Hogan @bhogan1961
RT @lcsmchat: #LCSM Chat this Thursday 10/18 at 5 pm PT, 8 pm ET: "Lung Cancer Screening: #LCSM Chat this Thursday 10/18 at 5 pm PT, 8 pm ET: "Lung Cancer Screening: Never a Better Time Than Now" moderated by @BrendonStilesMD. More here: https://t.co/Lc4lMql4PM… LCSM = Lung Cancer Social Media. Join the conversation! @IanJPereira @subatomicdoc https://t.co/BSeJeF3ciZ
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. Standardized programs for follow up will help incredibly. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. Also have to get past the stigma that lung cancer is somehow the fault of the patient and the nihilism that it is incurable. Also simply not true. #lcsm
Hossen Mahmud, MD @DrHMahmudMD
@lcsmchat It was logged out. I logged back in. #lcsm
Vamsi Velcheti, MD @VamsiVelcheti
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. Also have to get past the stigma that lung cancer is somehow the fault of the patient and the nihilism that it is incurable. Also simply not true. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T3 For lung ca. I cant do that. I am required to do the counselling visit #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. Standardized programs for follow up will help incredibly. #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T3. Referral to screening centers only a good option if patients can afford the has to travel there. Half of US are not in big cities #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: agree - there is a lot of misinformation & WRONG info about harms and benefits portrayed as being minimal @BrendonStilesMD #lcsm
Katsuaki Maehara Ph.D. 🇯🇵 @KatsuakiMaehara
RT @ivybelkins: Great day in Munich sharing information about the @EGFRResisters #lungcancer patient group at a global pharmaceutical ad board. Loved spending time with amazing lung cancer patients/advocates from around the world. Ready for #ESMO18 tomorrow! #lcsm @myESMO https://t.co/nm74knZvNB
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: Educating docs is key. A lot of doubt in the medical community, specifically primary care and family medicine. Despite overwhelming evidence. No resistance when it comes to breast or colon. #LCSM
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
RT @DavidCookeMD: Educating docs is key. A lot of doubt in the medical community, specifically primary care and family medicine. Despite overwhelming evidence. No resistance when it comes to breast or colon. #LCSM
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T3 We have to tell docs and patients that when #lungcancer is found in a screening program, it is curable more than 80% of the time #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T3. The “shared decision visit” is burdensome to PCPs. Consider programs where that is taken out of PCP’s hands. #lcsm
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
RT @LungRoadAhead: T3. Referral to screening centers only a good option if patients can afford the has to travel there. Half of US are not in big cities #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @LungRoadAhead: T3. Referral to screening centers only a good option if patients can afford the has to travel there. Half of US are not in big cities #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @LungRoadAhead: T3. Referral to screening centers only a good option if patients can afford the has to travel there. Half of US are not in big cities #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@LungRoadAhead This is a great point. Have to do better at reaching populations outside of major centers. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @DavidCookeMD: Educating docs is key. A lot of doubt in the medical community, specifically primary care and family medicine. Despite overwhelming evidence. No resistance when it comes to breast or colon. #LCSM
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. The “shared decision visit” is burdensome to PCPs. Consider programs where that is taken out of PCP’s hands. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T3. Referral to screening centers only a good option if patients can afford the has to travel there. Half of US are not in big cities #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T3 We have to tell docs and patients that when #lungcancer is found in a screening program, it is curable more than 80% of the time #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @LungRoadAhead: T3. Referral to screening centers only a good option if patients can afford the has to travel there. Half of US are not in big cities #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. The “shared decision visit” is burdensome to PCPs. Consider programs where that is taken out of PCP’s hands. #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
If the in the age group and the difined high risk group, then either Medicare, Medicaid or private insurance. Private insurance is required by law (#ACA people!!!) to cover with no added cost. #SaveObamacare #LCSM
Vamsi Velcheti, MD @VamsiVelcheti
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T1. CT screening reduced the risk of dying from lung cancer by about 26% in men and by 39-61% in females! How is that for moving the needle? #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T3 working to get the option to do SDM via telehealth, then need mobile CT scanners to go to the people, VA Phoenix is doing that #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
@lcsmchat I have no doubt that private insurance and CMS will have their claws in the process of setting guidelines. Their usual and customary will rule the coverage. #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T3 it has got to be made easier for overworked promary care docs to order screening or numbers wont increase #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. Also have to get past the stigma that lung cancer is somehow the fault of the patient and the nihilism that it is incurable. Also simply not true. #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @findlungcancer: T3 working to get the option to do SDM via telehealth, then need mobile CT scanners to go to the people, VA Phoenix is doing that #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
I get accused of this a lot during conversations. #LCSM
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T3 Brail is also building mobile CT scanners to use in getting to their rural populations #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @LungRoadAhead This is a great point. Have to do better at reaching populations outside of major centers. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: If the in the age group and the difined high risk group, then either Medicare, Medicaid or private insurance. Private insurance is required by law (#ACA people!!!) to cover with no added cost. #SaveObamacare #LCSM
Betsy @MAmaskwearer
@findlungcancer Done. Several times with several people. They roll their eyes. In their eyes I am ignorant of guidelines and I am wasting their time. You don’t know what it’s like out there. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T3 working to get the option to do SDM via telehealth, then need mobile CT scanners to go to the people, VA Phoenix is doing that #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @Actorielle: @lcsmchat I have no doubt that private insurance and CMS will have their claws in the process of setting guidelines. Their usual and customary will rule the coverage. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T3 it has got to be made easier for overworked promary care docs to order screening or numbers wont increase #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
Yes! Don't you think this is some of the crux of the resistance? #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T3 Brail is also building mobile CT scanners to use in getting to their rural populations #lcsm
Devika Das, MD, MSHQS @DevikaDasMD
@findlungcancer We need to follow the breast cancer model but more rigorous marketing and funding is needed. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
@tilting Failure to screen (and all other medical malpractice causes of action) only matter insofar as the doc has deviated from the standard of care. Right now, we are talking about GETTING to the standard of care. We are a long, long way off. #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @DevikaDasMD: @findlungcancer We need to follow the breast cancer model but more rigorous marketing and funding is needed. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T3. Lots of barriers exist. From @drCarterHarris #lcsm https://t.co/PWRJaerKli
Betsy @MAmaskwearer
RT @arbmckee: @findlungcancer @LaheyHealth #lcsm NCCN group 2 at equal risk for development of lung cancer - insurance coverage is not equivalent to medical evidence
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @DavidCookeMD: Yes! Don't you think this is some of the crux of the resistance? #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @wildwestannie: @findlungcancer Done. Several times with several people. They roll their eyes. In their eyes I am ignorant of guidelines and I am wasting their time. You don’t know what it’s like out there. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: Yes! Don't you think this is some of the crux of the resistance? #LCSM
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T3 need to provide information on screening to patients before their SDM discussion w/doc; some good tools now available #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DevikaDasMD: @findlungcancer We need to follow the breast cancer model but more rigorous marketing and funding is needed. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @Actorielle: @tilting Failure to screen (and all other medical malpractice causes of action) only matter insofar as the doc has deviated from the standard of care. Right now, we are talking about GETTING to the standard of care. We are a long, long way off. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@LungRoadAhead True. But "overworked" is not an excuse to not follow evidence based medicine. #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
Yes. And we shouldn't withhold evidenced based care for fear of being sued for missing something. #LCSM Also, docs in states with tort reform do not have that as an excuse.
Hossen Mahmud, MD @DrHMahmudMD
@DavidCookeMD Thank you for pointing this out. #lcsm
Sebastian Defranchi @sdefranchi
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Here are potential lives saved by 2030 if we did better at screening eligible patients. Should we save 62,000 lives? How about 138,000? I vote yes. #lcsm https://t.co/G5RDjQSpbI
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @LungRoadAhead True. But "overworked" is not an excuse to not follow evidence based medicine. #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T3. Toledo news today had article about free walkin mammo screen clinic for underservedCant do lung w the reqfor counselling visit 1st #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @DavidCookeMD: Yes. And we shouldn't withhold evidenced based care for fear of being sued for missing something. #LCSM Also, docs in states with tort reform do not have that as an excuse.
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@DevikaDasMD @findlungcancer @cdmrp does a good job with grants for early detection and screening. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T4 coming up. One of my pet peeves. Among many. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T3 need to provide information on screening to patients before their SDM discussion w/doc; some good tools now available #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @LungRoadAhead True. But "overworked" is not an excuse to not follow evidence based medicine. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: Yes. And we shouldn't withhold evidenced based care for fear of being sued for missing something. #LCSM Also, docs in states with tort reform do not have that as an excuse.
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T3. Toledo news today had article about free walkin mammo screen clinic for underservedCant do lung w the reqfor counselling visit 1st #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T4. Are there harms to lung cancer screening? How can harms be avoided? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @DevikaDasMD @findlungcancer @cdmrp does a good job with grants for early detection and screening. #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T3 could do walk in scan - need clinician to do SDM discussion, then do scan, they did this in Manchester & Liverpool UK worked Gr8 #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T4. Are there harms to lung cancer screening? How can harms be avoided? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T4. Are there harms to lung cancer screening? How can harms be avoided? #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T4. Of course there are potential harms. There are potential harms to getting a haircut. But how we portray harms affects decision making. #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
@BrendonStilesMD @LungRoadAhead True but when no other docs in area &next open appt 3 mos out, pts cant get in for counselling visit #lcsm
Betsy @MAmaskwearer
RT @DavidCookeMD: Yes! Don't you think this is some of the crux of the resistance? #LCSM
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
You can have a MA on board the screening truck who does shared decision making and smoking cessation counseling, and choose not to bill for it. #LCSM
Devika Das, MD, MSHQS @DevikaDasMD
@BrendonStilesMD @findlungcancer @CDMRP Resources for subsequent steps — more trained interventional pulmonologists, thoracic surgeons , access to rad Onc etc.. does not stop at screening #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
In general, harms are way overstated. By people who should know better. #lcsm https://t.co/VaW3hPnFak
Hossen Mahmud, MD @DrHMahmudMD
RT @BrendonStilesMD: In general, harms are way overstated. By people who should know better. #lcsm https://t.co/VaW3hPnFak
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
My wife has done my haircuts for the past 12 years, so no harm there. #LCSM
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T4 harms are often overstated; main thing is to let people know about the process & potential for a "recall' in 3-6 months #lcsm
Dr Nikki Stamp FRACS @drnikkistamp
@DevikaDasMD @findlungcancer Breast cancer does an excellent job and I’d love to see that with heart disease and lung cancer #lcsm
Ginger Riley ~Eternal Optimist~ @gingerly21
RT @MayoCancerCare: New technology overcomes false positives in CT for #LungCancer - Researchers used radiomics to test variables to distinguish a benign nodule from a cancerous nodule. #lcsm #CancerResearch https://t.co/vmXNR156wQ https://t.co/q3izMsdQAu
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T3 could do walk in scan - need clinician to do SDM discussion, then do scan, they did this in Manchester & Liverpool UK worked Gr8 #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T4. False positives in particular are overstated. A nodule by itself is not a “false positive” or "false alarm". It is JUST a (likely benign) nodule. Only false positive if pursued invasively. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T4. Of course there are potential harms. There are potential harms to getting a haircut. But how we portray harms affects decision making. #lcsm
Kimberley H Geissler @khgeissler
@BrendonStilesMD Are false positives from screening a bigger concern in disease with such poor prognosis (vs. e.g., prostate cancer)? #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T4. There are potential harms w all screens. False pos and negs w mamm, colon perforations with scopes but they are accepted risks #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: @BrendonStilesMD @LungRoadAhead True but when no other docs in area &next open appt 3 mos out, pts cant get in for counselling visit #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: You can have a MA on board the screening truck who does shared decision making and smoking cessation counseling, and choose not to bill for it. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DevikaDasMD: @BrendonStilesMD @findlungcancer @CDMRP Resources for subsequent steps — more trained interventional pulmonologists, thoracic surgeons , access to rad Onc etc.. does not stop at screening #lcsm
Seth Krantz, MD, FACS @SethBKrantz
@BrendonStilesMD Our PCPS are MORE than happy for this to be taken out their hands. #lcsm
Geri Massa @GeriGerim13
Lurking from Louisiana #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T4 Cumulative radiation load #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@DavidCookeMD Probably one in 1000 chance of getting cut up bad. About same risk of major complication with lung cancer screening if you don't turn out to have lung cancer. #lcsm
Hossen Mahmud, MD @DrHMahmudMD
RT @LungRoadAhead: T4. There are potential harms w all screens. False pos and negs w mamm, colon perforations with scopes but they are accepted risks #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T4. Most patients don’t need invasive procedures and if you are ultimately not found to have cancer, risk of major complications or death is less than 1 in 1000. #lcsm From NLST. https://t.co/ax8pBf1xmr
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: In general, harms are way overstated. By people who should know better. #lcsm https://t.co/VaW3hPnFak
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
From Dr. Carter-Harris: Agreed. But critical to educate on the importance of following evidence-based guidelines as well as create mechanisms that support PCPs to decrease the barriers to the discussion and referral for screening of appropriate high risk patients #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: In general, harms are way overstated. By people who should know better. #lcsm https://t.co/VaW3hPnFak
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T4. Most “screening harms” actually occur during diagnosis/treatment course of patients found to have cancer and are thus not inherent to screening process itself. #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @lcsmchat: From Dr. Carter-Harris: From Dr. Carter-Harris: Agreed. But critical to educate on the importance of following evidence-based guidelines as well as create mechanisms that support PCPs to decrease the barriers to the discussion and referral for screening of appropriate high risk patients #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @BrendonStilesMD: In general, harms are way overstated. By people who should know better. #lcsm https://t.co/VaW3hPnFak
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T4 false pos overstated, rad risk overstated, overdiagnosis overstated, benefits understated, 60k/year die, unethical not to screen #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T4. Most “screening harms” actually occur during diagnosis/treatment course of patients found to have cancer and are thus not inherent to screening process itself. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @lcsmchat: From Dr. Carter-Harris: From Dr. Carter-Harris: Agreed. But critical to educate on the importance of following evidence-based guidelines as well as create mechanisms that support PCPs to decrease the barriers to the discussion and referral for screening of appropriate high risk patients #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
@findlungcancer 160k per year die #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@khgeissler The problem is the definition. NCI and others call any nodule a "false positive" when it is simply likely just a benign nodule. If no intervention is done, how is that a harm? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T4 false pos overstated, rad risk overstated, overdiagnosis overstated, benefits understated, 60k/year die, unethical not to screen #lcsm
Devika Das, MD, MSHQS @DevikaDasMD
@findlungcancer All positive screens should trigger a multidisciplinary consult and expedite management from there #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@LungRoadAhead Exceedingly low. #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @DevikaDasMD: @findlungcancer All positive screens should trigger a multidisciplinary consult and expedite management from there #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @findlungcancer: T4 false pos overstated, rad risk overstated, overdiagnosis overstated, benefits understated, 60k/year die, unethical not to screen #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @DevikaDasMD: @findlungcancer All positive screens should trigger a multidisciplinary consult and expedite management from there #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T4. Previous studies show that anxiety over “false positive” is short lived and diminished or resolved at long term follow up. #lcsm https://t.co/h0fKcpkwDu
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T4. Some people like to talk about “overdiagnosis” or “indolent” lung cancers. Yes, there are probably some slow moving lung cancers. But until we get survival for stage I above 90% it is hard for me stake a claim to overdiagnosis. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @DevikaDasMD: @findlungcancer All positive screens should trigger a multidisciplinary consult and expedite management from there #lcsm
Hossen Mahmud, MD @DrHMahmudMD
@BrendonStilesMD Is LDCT screening gives more false +ve than mammography or screening for CRC? It not, where is the fear? #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
@BrendonStilesMD @LungRoadAhead Agree. And there are studies out there that show low dose radn can have stabilizing effects on DNA #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: @findlungcancer 160k per year die #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T4. Also hard to model and predict growth of a supposed “indolent” tumor. Pure ground glass nodules can likely be watched. But a solid component generally indicates invasive cancer. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @khgeissler The problem is the definition. NCI and others call any nodule a "false positive" when it is simply likely just a benign nodule. If no intervention is done, how is that a harm? #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @khgeissler: @BrendonStilesMD Are false positives from screening a bigger concern in disease with such poor prognosis (vs. e.g., prostate cancer)? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DevikaDasMD: @findlungcancer All positive screens should trigger a multidisciplinary consult and expedite management from there #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
not all positive screens need multidisciplinary review; Yes positive scansare suspicious for #lungcancer @DevikaDasMD @findlungcancer #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T4. Previous studies show that anxiety over “false positive” is short lived and diminished or resolved at long term follow up. #lcsm https://t.co/h0fKcpkwDu
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T4. Some people like to talk about “overdiagnosis” or “indolent” lung cancers. Yes, there are probably some slow moving lung cancers. But until we get survival for stage I above 90% it is hard for me stake a claim to overdiagnosis. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T4. Previous studies show that anxiety over “false positive” is short lived and diminished or resolved at long term follow up. #lcsm https://t.co/h0fKcpkwDu
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
Mammography false positive higher. #LCSM
Kimberley H Geissler @khgeissler
@BrendonStilesMD Q - can you distinguish benign nodule at time of screening, or do you have to do biopsy? (and how much time elapses for patient between "see something" and "actually, it's fine") #lcsm
Lisa Carter-Harris, PhD, APRN, FAAN @drCarterHarris
RT @findlungcancer: @findlungcancer 160k per year die #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @LungRoadAhead: T4. There are potential harms w all screens. False pos and negs w mamm, colon perforations with scopes but they are accepted risks #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @DevikaDasMD: @findlungcancer All positive screens should trigger a multidisciplinary consult and expedite management from there #lcsm
Lisa Carter-Harris, PhD, APRN, FAAN @drCarterHarris
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T4. Most “screening harms” actually occur during diagnosis/treatment course of patients found to have cancer and are thus not inherent to screening process itself. #lcsm
Betsy @MAmaskwearer
@LungRoadAhead Enter effects of stigma. #lcsm
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T4. Previous studies show that anxiety over “false positive” is short lived and diminished or resolved at long term follow up. #lcsm https://t.co/h0fKcpkwDu
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
In our study from NLST surgical lung cancer data, harms can be reduced with minimally invasive surgery and limited resection. #lcsm https://t.co/AfrzNFNtxK
Frank Ingram, MD @Chucktowndoc
Ingram checking in. Community pathologist in NC. #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
YES but in peer reviewed literature they use WRONG numbers for #lungcancer screen RT @DavidCookeMD: Mammography false positive higher. #LCSM
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@khgeissler Most should be followed with interval imaging using LungRads protocols. #lcsm https://t.co/qgsZF3d07F
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
To patients, I liken it to a dermatologist following moles as part of a skin survey. Some obviously benign, some obviously cancer, and many need to be watched. #LCSM
Faces of Lung Cancer 🇺🇦 @LungCancerFaces
So, all the times I've had breast biopsies that turned out to be nothing are considered harms? Puhleez... #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @findlungcancer: not all positive screens need multidisciplinary review; Yes positive scansare suspicious for #lungcancer @DevikaDasMD @findlungcancer #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: In our study from NLST surgical lung cancer data, harms can be reduced with minimally invasive surgery and limited resection. #lcsm https://t.co/AfrzNFNtxK
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @findlungcancer: YES but in peer reviewed literature they use WRONG numbers for #lungcancer screen RT @DavidCookeMD: YES but in peer reviewed literature they use WRONG numbers for #lungcancer screen RT @DavidCookeMD: Mammography false positive higher. #LCSM
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@LungCancerFaces Sort of messed up your head and made you angry. Maybe? #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
YES RT @BrendonStilesMD: @khgeissler Most should be followed with interval imaging using LungRads protocols. #lcsm https://t.co/KhvnU52LaF
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DrHMahmudMD: @BrendonStilesMD Is LDCT screening gives more false +ve than mammography or screening for CRC? It not, where is the fear? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: @BrendonStilesMD @LungRoadAhead Agree. And there are studies out there that show low dose radn can have stabilizing effects on DNA #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T4. Also hard to model and predict growth of a supposed “indolent” tumor. Pure ground glass nodules can likely be watched. But a solid component generally indicates invasive cancer. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: not all positive screens need multidisciplinary review; Yes positive scansare suspicious for #lungcancer @DevikaDasMD @findlungcancer #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: Mammography false positive higher. #LCSM
Betsy @MAmaskwearer
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T4. Most “screening harms” actually occur during diagnosis/treatment course of patients found to have cancer and are thus not inherent to screening process itself. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @khgeissler: @BrendonStilesMD Q - can you distinguish benign nodule at time of screening, or do you have to do biopsy? (and how much time elapses for patient between "see something" and "actually, it's fine") #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @LungCancerFaces: So, all the times I've had breast biopsies that turned out to be nothing are considered harms? Puhleez... #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
@DevikaDasMD @findlungcancer Great in theory, our area is down to 1 onco fr 3 &havent yet replaced pulm fr 2 yrs ago - 2 mo appt wait #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: In our study from NLST surgical lung cancer data, harms can be reduced with minimally invasive surgery and limited resection. #lcsm https://t.co/AfrzNFNtxK
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: YES but in peer reviewed literature they use WRONG numbers for #lungcancer screen RT @DavidCookeMD: YES but in peer reviewed literature they use WRONG numbers for #lungcancer screen RT @DavidCookeMD: Mammography false positive higher. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @khgeissler Most should be followed with interval imaging using LungRads protocols. #lcsm https://t.co/qgsZF3d07F
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: To patients, I liken it to a dermatologist following moles as part of a skin survey. Some obviously benign, some obviously cancer, and many need to be watched. #LCSM
Hossen Mahmud, MD @DrHMahmudMD
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @khgeissler Most should be followed with interval imaging using LungRads protocols. #lcsm https://t.co/qgsZF3d07F
Vamsi Velcheti, MD @VamsiVelcheti
@BrendonStilesMD T4# potential opportunity for immunotherapy in pts w/ GGO to prevent neoplastic transformation #LCSM Need more studies for chemo/immuno prevention strategies in high risk lung cancer pts- perhaps even more relevant now with increasing LC screening
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@DrHMahmudMD Depends how you define false positive. If we get fact out that having nodules is normal, that overwhelming majority are benign and don't need biopsy --- there should be no fear. #lcsm
Faces of Lung Cancer 🇺🇦 @LungCancerFaces
Nope. Not at all. No biggie. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
Moving to T5. #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @LungRoadAhead: @DevikaDasMD @findlungcancer Great in theory, our area is down to 1 onco fr 3 &havent yet replaced pulm fr 2 yrs ago - 2 mo appt wait #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
There is a LungRads system that helps identify nodules highest risk for cancer. Not available during NLST. So current practice is probably yielding better appropriateness of care than NLST. https://t.co/CenPmO5Ksw #LCSM
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T4 I want to talk more about the benefits - finding #lungcancer at stage T1a has 90+% 10 year survival - It is a CURE #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T5. What happens if a nodule is found during a lung cancer screening test? #lcsm
Dr. Karen Wickersham @wickster55
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T4. Most “screening harms” actually occur during diagnosis/treatment course of patients found to have cancer and are thus not inherent to screening process itself. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungCancerFaces: So, all the times I've had breast biopsies that turned out to be nothing are considered harms? Puhleez... #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
@BrendonStilesMD the patient freaks out! #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@LungCancerFaces Disinhibited? #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungCancerFaces: Nope. Not at all. No biggie. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: YES RT @BrendonStilesMD: YES RT @BrendonStilesMD: @khgeissler Most should be followed with interval imaging using LungRads protocols. #lcsm https://t.co/KhvnU52LaF
Devika Das, MD, MSHQS @DevikaDasMD
@LungRoadAhead @findlungcancer I work at center with the similar challenges and am doing some dedicated work around this issue #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: @DevikaDasMD @findlungcancer Great in theory, our area is down to 1 onco fr 3 &havent yet replaced pulm fr 2 yrs ago - 2 mo appt wait #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @VamsiVelcheti: @BrendonStilesMD T4# potential opportunity for immunotherapy in pts w/ GGO to prevent neoplastic transformation #LCSM Need more studies for chemo/immuno prevention strategies in high risk lung cancer pts- perhaps even more relevant now with increasing LC screening
Dr. Karen Wickersham @wickster55
RT @LungRoadAhead: T4. There are potential harms w all screens. False pos and negs w mamm, colon perforations with scopes but they are accepted risks #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @DrHMahmudMD Depends how you define false positive. If we get fact out that having nodules is normal, that overwhelming majority are benign and don't need biopsy --- there should be no fear. #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
The overall answers1.Drop prescan counsel, do after if nodule 2.Make community hosp w CT do screens as req of Medicare participation #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: There is a LungRads system that helps identify nodules highest risk for cancer. Not available during NLST. So current practice is probably yielding better appropriateness of care than NLST. https://t.co/CenPmO5Ksw #LCSM
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
This is important. Because the thoracotomy rate of NLST was exceedingly high, and not relevant to today practice. #LCSM
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
@BrendonStilesMD and then trusts her MD. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T5. Vast majority of nodules can simply be followed up with another CT scan. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T5. What happens if a nodule is found during a lung cancer screening test? #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T5. Of the minority that grow or are highly suspicious at baseline, a diagnostic workup consisting of a biopsy and/or a PET scan should be performed. #lcsm
Dr. Karen Wickersham @wickster55
RT @LungRoadAhead: T3. Toledo news today had article about free walkin mammo screen clinic for underservedCant do lung w the reqfor counselling visit 1st #lcsm
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T5. What happens if a nodule is found during a lung cancer screening test? #lcsm
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
RT @findlungcancer: T4 I want to talk more about the benefits - finding #lungcancer at stage T1a has 90+% 10 year survival - It is a CURE #lcsm
Dr. Karen Wickersham @wickster55
RT @LungRoadAhead: T3 it has got to be made easier for overworked promary care docs to order screening or numbers wont increase #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T4 I want to talk more about the benefits - finding #lungcancer at stage T1a has 90+% 10 year survival - It is a CURE #lcsm
Dr. Karen Wickersham @wickster55
RT @LungRoadAhead: T3. Referral to screening centers only a good option if patients can afford the has to travel there. Half of US are not in big cities #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T5. The PET scan can provide information on the likelihood of cancer and on potential spread, but a positive PET scan doesn’t always equal lung cancer. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T5. What happens if a nodule is found during a lung cancer screening test? #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T5. Vast majority of nodules can simply be followed up with another CT scan. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: The overall answers1.Drop prescan counsel, do after if nodule 2.Make community hosp w CT do screens as req of Medicare participation #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: This is important. Because the thoracotomy rate of NLST was exceedingly high, and not relevant to today practice. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T5. Vast majority of nodules can simply be followed up with another CT scan. #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T5. Its not reinventing the wheel. A 6/12 mo CT f/u is what we have been doing on incidental nodules found on CT for years #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T5. Of the minority that grow or are highly suspicious at baseline, a diagnostic workup consisting of a biopsy and/or a PET scan should be performed. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T5. Biopsies can be performed by CT guidance, by bronchoscopy, or surgically. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T5. I strongly recommend preoperative non-surgical biopsy to patients with screen detected lung nodules given that the most nodules will be benign. #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T5 iexpect micronodules in this population of current & former heavy smokers; Brady McKee says nodules are like freckles to melanoma #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T5. Some centers may start with a surgical biopsy if the nodule is highly suspicious. This should be done minimally invasively and without anatomic lung resection if diagnosis is unknown. #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
That horse new something... Equine #Lungcancerscreening #LCSM @ucdavisvetmed are you listening?
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
RT @findlungcancer: T5 iexpect micronodules in this population of current & former heavy smokers; Brady McKee says nodules are like freckles to melanoma #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T5. The PET scan can provide information on the likelihood of cancer and on potential spread, but a positive PET scan doesn’t always equal lung cancer. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T5. Its not reinventing the wheel. A 6/12 mo CT f/u is what we have been doing on incidental nodules found on CT for years #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T5. Biopsies can be performed by CT guidance, by bronchoscopy, or surgically. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T5. I strongly recommend preoperative non-surgical biopsy to patients with screen detected lung nodules given that the most nodules will be benign. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T5 iexpect micronodules in this population of current & former heavy smokers; Brady McKee says nodules are like freckles to melanoma #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @findlungcancer: T5 iexpect micronodules in this population of current & former heavy smokers; Brady McKee says nodules are like freckles to melanoma #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T5. Some centers may start with a surgical biopsy if the nodule is highly suspicious. This should be done minimally invasively and without anatomic lung resection if diagnosis is unknown. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T5. In general, resection of screen detected nodules is best handled by board certified thoracic surgeons. #lcsm
Hossen Mahmud, MD @DrHMahmudMD
@BrendonStilesMD To my knowledge vast majority of nodules can also benign. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
#lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T5. In general, resection of screen detected nodules is best handled by board certified thoracic surgeons. #lcsm
Jean Parks @geekbabe
My heart is broken, R.I.P. Barb450 from Inspire 😥#LCSM
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @DrHMahmudMD: @BrendonStilesMD To my knowledge vast majority of nodules can also benign. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
Or by the person that cuts @DavidCookeMd wife's hair. #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
Or board eligible who have not yet taken their boards! #LCSM #MedEd @TSRA_official
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T5 important use appropriate nodule size for positive scan, LUNGRADS it's 6mm. Smaller nodules come back for the next annual scan #lcsm
Hossen Mahmud, MD @DrHMahmudMD
@BrendonStilesMD Agree @BrendonStilesMD @DavidCookeMD #lcsm
Daniel Cadigan @LungRoadAhead
T5. If suspicious features, biopsy-what we already do. Lung ca screening pre/post scan issues r being overthought relativeto other ca #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
That would drive up healthcare costs. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T5 important use appropriate nodule size for positive scan, LUNGRADS it's 6mm. Smaller nodules come back for the next annual scan #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungRoadAhead: T5. If suspicious features, biopsy-what we already do. Lung ca screening pre/post scan issues r being overthought relativeto other ca #lcsm
Faces of Lung Cancer 🇺🇦 @LungCancerFaces
#lcsm
Jean Parks @geekbabe
I love #LCSM but I have lost & grieve for so many friends. Get screened, call tomorrow so we don’t need this group anymore
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T5 only small percentage of nodules require more than just follow-up imaging -- #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
#BigTent #WeAreAllInThisTogether #LCSM
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T5. In general, resection of screen detected nodules is best handled by board certified thoracic surgeons. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @geekbabe: I love #LCSM but I have lost & grieve for so many friends. Get screened, call tomorrow so we don’t need this group anymore
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T5 only small percentage of nodules require more than just follow-up imaging -- #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
Almost time to wind the chat down. This has been a great discussion.#lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
Agree. Put me out of business so I can retire. @LungCancerFaces has been trying to get rid of me for years now. #LCSM
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
T5. In NLST data, there were less complications with minimally invasive resections and sublobar resections. #lcsm https://t.co/tvOGHDcgLi
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: Agree. Put me out of business so I can retire. @LungCancerFaces has been trying to get rid of me for years now. #LCSM
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T5. In NLST data, there were less complications with minimally invasive resections and sublobar resections. #lcsm https://t.co/tvOGHDcgLi
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
Doctors need patients and advocates to constructively share their stories and experiences. That is how we learn from you. Share stories about screen detected cancers. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T5. In NLST data, there were less complications with minimally invasive resections and sublobar resections. #lcsm https://t.co/tvOGHDcgLi
Faces of Lung Cancer 🇺🇦 @LungCancerFaces
RT @geekbabe: I love #LCSM but I have lost & grieve for so many friends. Get screened, call tomorrow so we don’t need this group anymore
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
Thanks to all of the #lcsm community who joined. And BIG thanks to all of our guests tonight. Great turnout! #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Doctors need patients and advocates to constructively share their stories and experiences. That is how we learn from you. Share stories about screen detected cancers. #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Doctors need patients and advocates to constructively share their stories and experiences. That is how we learn from you. Share stories about screen detected cancers. #lcsm
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Doctors need patients and advocates to constructively share their stories and experiences. That is how we learn from you. Share stories about screen detected cancers. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
RT @geekbabe: I love #LCSM but I have lost & grieve for so many friends. Get screened, call tomorrow so we don’t need this group anymore
Hossen Mahmud, MD @DrHMahmudMD
@BrendonStilesMD I prefer sublobar resections whenever it is possible. #lcsm
Hossen Mahmud, MD @DrHMahmudMD
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Thanks to all of the #lcsm community who joined. And BIG thanks to all of our guests tonight. Great turnout! #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
Thank you so much, friends. Always a pleasure. <3 #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
Thanks to @BrendonStilesMD for expert moderating! #LCSM
Faces of Lung Cancer 🇺🇦 @LungCancerFaces
Silly, I want you to have tons more biz. Get it early. Get it out. LIVE. #LCSM
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
T5 @brendanStilesMD you should show some of the great results you presented at IELCAP #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
Now is the best chance we are going to get to move the needle on CT screening for lung cancer. We have to make the voice of this community heard. #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @LungCancerFaces: Silly, I want you to have tons more biz. Get it early. Get it out. LIVE. #LCSM
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
Yes great job moderating @brendanstilesMD #lcsm
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
Thank you! An honor to be part of this phenomenal community. #LCSM
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
Amen! #LCSM #LungCancerScreening saves lives!!
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungCancerFaces: Silly, I want you to have tons more biz. Get it early. Get it out. LIVE. #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: T5 @brendanStilesMD you should show some of the great results you presented at IELCAP #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @DavidCookeMD: Amen! #LCSM #LungCancerScreening saves lives!!
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Now is the best chance we are going to get to move the needle on CT screening for lung cancer. We have to make the voice of this community heard. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @DavidCookeMD: Amen! #LCSM #LungCancerScreening saves lives!!
Faces of Lung Cancer 🇺🇦 @LungCancerFaces
Thank you to @BrendonStilesMD for moderating tonight's chat. May you have more early stage lung cancers than you can handle. #lcsm
Devika Das, MD, MSHQS @DevikaDasMD
@BrendonStilesMD Thank you for moderating -First time joining a chat - was slow and could not keep up but I am definitely coming back ! #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @LungCancerFaces: Thank you to @BrendonStilesMD for moderating tonight's chat. May you have more early stage lung cancers than you can handle. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Now is the best chance we are going to get to move the needle on CT screening for lung cancer. We have to make the voice of this community heard. #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @LungCancerFaces: Thank you to @BrendonStilesMD for moderating tonight's chat. May you have more early stage lung cancers than you can handle. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: Amen! #LCSM #LungCancerScreening saves lives!!
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @LungCancerFaces: Thank you to @BrendonStilesMD for moderating tonight's chat. May you have more early stage lung cancers than you can handle. #lcsm
Lisa Carter-Harris, PhD, APRN, FAAN @drCarterHarris
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Now is the best chance we are going to get to move the needle on CT screening for lung cancer. We have to make the voice of this community heard. #lcsm
JennaKLovelyPharmD @jenna_k_lovely
RT @MayoCancerCare: New technology overcomes false positives in CT for #LungCancer - Researchers used radiomics to test variables to distinguish a benign nodule from a cancerous nodule. #lcsm #CancerResearch https://t.co/vmXNR156wQ https://t.co/q3izMsdQAu
Betsy @MAmaskwearer
RT @LungCancerFaces: Thank you to @BrendonStilesMD for moderating tonight's chat. May you have more early stage lung cancers than you can handle. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
Lives truly depend upon increasing uptake of lung cancer screening. Let's set a short term goal of getting the current 10% rate up to 50%. #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
Awesome! Bring a colleague. Bring a friend. Tell your patients! #LCSM
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
CT It's time to stop "To screen or not to screen" discussion; it's time 4 1000% effort to get screen folks; anything less unethical #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @DavidCookeMD: Awesome! Bring a colleague. Bring a friend. Tell your patients! #LCSM
Bob Steele @steele_bob
Great LCSM chat session, as always! Best to all, see you in two weeks! #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Lives truly depend upon increasing uptake of lung cancer screening. Let's set a short term goal of getting the current 10% rate up to 50%. #lcsm
Jean Parks @geekbabe
4 yrs living with stage IV lung cancer, save yourself & your loved ones a lot of misery. You got lungs? Go get them screened! #LCSM
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @steele_bob: Great LCSM chat session, as always! Best to all, see you in two weeks! #lcsm
Bob Steele @steele_bob
RT @DavidCookeMD: Amen! #LCSM #LungCancerScreening saves lives!!
Suzy Spencer @spencerwriter
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Now is the best chance we are going to get to move the needle on CT screening for lung cancer. We have to make the voice of this community heard. #lcsm
Upstage Lung Cancer @UpstageLungCanc
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Lives truly depend upon increasing uptake of lung cancer screening. Let's set a short term goal of getting the current 10% rate up to 50%. #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @geekbabe: 4 yrs living with stage IV lung cancer, save yourself & your loved ones a lot of misery. You got lungs? Go get them screened! #LCSM
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@LungCancerFaces Sweeter words were never spoken to a thoracic surgeon. I get immense joy from removing an early stage cancer. Would like to think that it makes my dad happy somewhere. #lcsm
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @findlungcancer: CT It's time to stop "To screen or not to screen" discussion; it's time 4 1000% effort to get screen folks; anything less unethical #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @LungCancerFaces Sweeter words were never spoken to a thoracic surgeon. I get immense joy from removing an early stage cancer. Would like to think that it makes my dad happy somewhere. #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Now is the best chance we are going to get to move the needle on CT screening for lung cancer. We have to make the voice of this community heard. #lcsm
Dr. David Tom Cooke @DavidCookeMD
RT @geekbabe: 4 yrs living with stage IV lung cancer, save yourself & your loved ones a lot of misery. You got lungs? Go get them screened! #LCSM
Danielle Pardue @Actorielle
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @LungCancerFaces Sweeter words were never spoken to a thoracic surgeon. I get immense joy from removing an early stage cancer. Would like to think that it makes my dad happy somewhere. #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Lives truly depend upon increasing uptake of lung cancer screening. Let's set a short term goal of getting the current 10% rate up to 50%. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@findlungcancer We just did at #WCLC2018 and actually at the last I-ELCAP in NY. #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @DavidCookeMD: Agree. Put me out of business so I can retire. @LungCancerFaces has been trying to get rid of me for years now. #LCSM
Faces of Lung Cancer 🇺🇦 @LungCancerFaces
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @LungCancerFaces Sweeter words were never spoken to a thoracic surgeon. I get immense joy from removing an early stage cancer. Would like to think that it makes my dad happy somewhere. #lcsm
Andrea Borondy Kitts @findlungcancer
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @findlungcancer We just did at #WCLC2018 and actually at the last I-ELCAP in NY. #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T4. Of course there are potential harms. There are potential harms to getting a haircut. But how we portray harms affects decision making. #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Doctors need patients and advocates to constructively share their stories and experiences. That is how we learn from you. Share stories about screen detected cancers. #lcsm
Faces of Lung Cancer 🇺🇦 @LungCancerFaces
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @LungCancerFaces Sweeter words were never spoken to a thoracic surgeon. I get immense joy from removing an early stage cancer. Would like to think that it makes my dad happy somewhere. #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T5. The PET scan can provide information on the likelihood of cancer and on potential spread, but a positive PET scan doesn’t always equal lung cancer. #lcsm
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
Good night everyone. Thanks for joining! #lcsm is a great community. Let's call it to action and move the needle on lung cancer screening.
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @BrendonStilesMD: T5. I strongly recommend preoperative non-surgical biopsy to patients with screen detected lung nodules given that the most nodules will be benign. #lcsm
Faces of Lung Cancer 🇺🇦 @LungCancerFaces
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Now is the best chance we are going to get to move the needle on CT screening for lung cancer. We have to make the voice of this community heard. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Lives truly depend upon increasing uptake of lung cancer screening. Let's set a short term goal of getting the current 10% rate up to 50%. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @DavidCookeMD: Awesome! Bring a colleague. Bring a friend. Tell your patients! #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @findlungcancer: CT It's time to stop "To screen or not to screen" discussion; it's time 4 1000% effort to get screen folks; anything less unethical #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @geekbabe: 4 yrs living with stage IV lung cancer, save yourself & your loved ones a lot of misery. You got lungs? Go get them screened! #LCSM
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: @LungCancerFaces Sweeter words were never spoken to a thoracic surgeon. I get immense joy from removing an early stage cancer. Would like to think that it makes my dad happy somewhere. #lcsm
#LCSM Chat @lcsmchat
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Good night everyone. Thanks for joining! #lcsm is a great community. Let's call it to action and move the needle on lung cancer screening.
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @BrendonStilesMD: Here are deaths we could be avoiding if we screened more eligible patients for lung cancer. Isn't that an important topic? Join us in 30 minutes for @lcsmchat for #lcsm: @atscommunity @AmericanCancer @STS_CTsurgery @AAFPFoundation @AATSHQ. Better yet, join us to screen. https://t.co/HaycNmilBk
Brendon Stiles @BrendonStilesMD
@VamsiVelcheti Intriguing scientific idea which we have also considered, but yikes. Don’t forget surgery and radiation can already cure these things. #lcsm
mimiprovenzano @MimiProvenzano
RT @DavidCookeMD: Educating docs is key. A lot of doubt in the medical community, specifically primary care and family medicine. Despite overwhelming evidence. No resistance when it comes to breast or colon. #LCSM
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