Annual Congress Munich 2006

Saturday, 02.09.2006
Sunday, 03.09.2006
Monday, 04.09.2006
Tuesday, 05.09.2006
Wednesday, 06.09.2006

Citations should be made in the following way: Authors. Title. Eur Respir J 2006; 28: Suppl. 50, abstract number.


Material from 2006:
  • 4395 Abstracts
  • 610 Slide presentations
  • 175 Webcasts
  • 95 Handouts
  • 175 Multimedia files
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PG12 - Small cell lung cancer management

Postgraduate Course
Chairs: J. Vansteenkiste (Leuven, Belgium), E. Canalis (Barcelona, Spain)
Aims: This is the fourth and final course in the first postgraduate core curriculum series (2003 to 2006) covering the main issues on lung cancer diagnosis and treatment. The aims of this fourth module in the series are:
• to review the current knowledge on the optimal integration of the different components of modern multimodality treatment for small cell lung cancer (SCLC);
• to review the recent advances in small cell lung cancer chemotherapy;
• to address issues in supportive care, including anti-emetics, growth factors and symptomatic treatments;
• to summarize the potential clinical applications of increasing knowledge on the biology of lung cancer. Target audience: Chest physicians and thoracic surgeons who are involved with all aspects of assessment and treatment of lung cancer.
Chemotherapy for small cell lung cancer
P. E. Postmus (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Slide presentationPDF journal article, handout or slides
Slide presentationPDF journal article, handout or slides
Optimal integration of chemo- and radiotherapy in small cell lung cancer
P. Van Houtte (Brussels, Belgium)
Slide presentationPDF journal article, handout or slides
Slide presentationPDF journal article, handout or slides
New treatment options for nonsmall cell lung cancer and small cell lung cancer
R. Huber (Munich, Germany)
PDF journal article, handout or slides
PDF journal article, handout or slides