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BARCELONA – Success of ultrathin strut will likely be the focus of future research, Dr. Kandzari said.
BOSTON – Duke Cameron, MD, outlines his objectives as the next AATS president.
The initial results of a phase III randomized trial comparing lobectomy to segmentectomy for small, peripheral non–small cell lung cancer (NSCLC)...
Monday’s Honored Guest Lecturer Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal, a retired four-star general, and former commander of U.S. and International Security...
The Lillehei Forum is a series of presentations on basic research by residents in the field of cardiothoracic surgery.
Presentations of the latest research in cardiothoracic surgery are the hallmark of the AATS Plenary session and this year’s session did not...
It is a complex, unpredictable world, where the solutions of a previous generation of leaders that relied on individual knowledge and authority no...
The fourth biennial the American Association for Thoracic Surgery (AATS) Mitral Conclave 2017 was attended by a large audience of cardiothoracic...
The first AATS Innovation Summit was launched on Saturday morning at the AATS Centennial in Boston.
WASHINGTON – Cardiologists and hospitals gear up for switch to Medicare bundled payments for acute MI.
- Ideal intubation position still unknown
- Dabrafenib/trametinib bests docetaxel for advanced NSCLC in indirect comparison
- Lifesaving future seen for electronic cigarettes
- FDA approves higher dose brigatinib tablet for advanced ALK+ NSCLC
- Retrospective review: No difference in PFS, OS with radiation before PD-1/PD-L1 inhibition
- Motesanib flops again in lung cancer
- CRP may predict survival after immunotherapy for lung cancer
- Statins linked to lower death rates in COPD
- Lobectomy shown safe after concurrent chemo and radiation
- FDA approves biosimilar to bevacizumab