GIST Research Updates and Future Direction of Research presented by Dr. Ping Chi at New Horizons 2019 in Wayne, NJ.
GIST DO IT is an amazing way to educate the medical community and the general public about GIST. We would like to take it to the next level and encourage everyone to “GIST DO IT All Year Long.”
Rare GIST Sub-Types presented by Dr. Jason Sicklick of Moores UCSD Cancer Center at New Horizons 2019 in Wayne, NJ.
Video titled Understanding the Promises and Limitations of Real World Evidence presented by Lucinda S. Orsini of ISPOR at New Horizons 2019.
Dr. Ciara Kelly of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center at presented The Role of ctDNA in GIST at New Horizons 2019 in Wayne, NJ.
The presentation "Interventional Radiology Approaches to Treat Recurrent GIST" was given at New Horizons 2019 in Wayne, NJ by Dr. Joseph Erinjeri of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
This video is of Rodrigo Salas of Fundación GIST México presenting Real World Evidence at New Horizons 2019 in Wayne, NJ.
LRG volunteers not only expand our reach and services to patients and caregivers but also help us increase GIST awareness to the general public and funding towards GIST research.
Understanding the Concept of "Precision Oncology" in patient-friendly language presented by Dr. Jason Sicklick of Moores Cancer Center UCSD at New Horizons 2019.
The LRG, in collaboration with the Pediatric & SDH-Deficient GIST Consortium and key opinion leaders among the GIST pathology community (with Dr. Brian Rubin taking the lead), played a significant role in changing CAP Guidelines. CAP Guidelines are protocols for pathologists to instruct them on the process of diagnosing a disease based on tumor tissue samples.