Since 1999, I-ELCAP's semi-annual conferences have brought together scores of leading physicians, researchers, technologists, and others dedicated to the fight against lung cancer. These conferences provide the opportunity to learn about the latest in research findings and to discuss issues ranging from screening and diagnostic practices to socioeconomic and political considerations.
In 2013, we presented our first CME course, a collaboration with the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Lung Cancer Screening: A Paradigm Shift in Primary Care provided attendees with a comprehensive view of the current information on CT screening for lung cancer and its related issues. View the full information here.
Browse our conference archives for a look at past speakers, agendas, and consensus statements.