Public Advisory Roundtable 2

Spotlight on ATS PAR

The second and last part of an article about how the ATS integrates the patient perspective into its mission and activities.

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Zoltan Hantos, PhD

Zoltan Hantos, PhD

University of Szeged, Hungary
ATS Member Since 2004

President's Message

November President's Message

Saying no to tobacco, what you can do to help
By Marc Moss, MD

10th Benefit

Breathing for Life Honoree

Jim Donohue to be recognized for his philanthropy and his contributions to respiratory and critical care medicine

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In the first installment of Blue Briefing, we highlight the comparison of outcomes in patients 65-74 years old from SEER-Medicare and NLST datasets in stage I lung cancer.

Each year, more than 9.6 million new cases of tuberculosis are diagnosed and more than 1.5 million TB-related deaths occur globally.

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