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Study: Redefining the Criteria for ALK Positive Lung Cancer
Date:9/10/2013

cludes a multidisciplinary team of specialists and subspecialists working together to establish the best treatment plan for each patient. Advanced molecular profiling of a patient’s tumor, combined with an extensive array of standard and experimental treatments available through clinical trials has led to major advances in patient outcomes in the last few years.

The program’s one-year survival rates for advanced lung cancer consistently run twice as high as the national average. The survival rates at five years run four times higher than the national average. Additionally, the Center’s new Remote Second Opinion Program now offers access to program experts for patients who prefer not to travel.

Please consider supporting the Lung Cancer Colorado Fund. This unique fund is overseen by the physicians and scientists and supports all aspects of the CU Cancer Center’s and University of Colorado Hospital’s combined fight against lung cancer.

For an appointment with a University of Colorado physician, please contact Bethie Jean Philippe (720-848-3386), intake coordinator for the lung cancer program.

This work was supported by the University of Colorado Lung Cancer Specialized Programs of Research Excellence (SPORE) grant P50CA058187 and by the University of Colorado Cancer Center Shared Resources CCSG P30CA046934.

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