UH Seidman Cancer Center remains at the forefront of treatment, screening and prevention of lung cancer. There history of leadership in cancer research includes extensive lung cancer studies. For example, our clinical researchers discovered a mutation that predicted patient response to targeted therapy.
A University Hospitals physician co-chaired the largest national study used to prove the value of targeted therapy to treat lung cancer. It was the first lung cancer breakthrough in over a decade.
There clinical researchers also discovered a promising, novel biomarker to predict the survival of patients with advanced lung cancer. Recently, UH physicians reported on a long-term study of lung cancer patients confirming the importance of ongoing surveillance. For more information click here.
Maureen Klinc, Senior Clinical RN, University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center from TEAM DRAFT on Vimeo.read more ❯