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Dr. Lecia Sequist provides her thoughts on how molecular oncology can soon begin affecting treatment plans for a broader range of patients with lung cancer, including those with squamous NSCLC and other lung cancer histologies.

Dr. Greg Riely from Memorial Sloan-Kettering notes how he feels molecular marker results for patients with earlier stage lung cancer can potentially be valuable.

Dr. Geoffrey Oxnard, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, describes a wide range of options for best managing patients with advanced NSCLC who experience acquired resistance, the progression of cancer after a good initial response to a targeted therapy.

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