Georgia Cancer Specialists physician Dr. Rodolfo Bordoni recently served as chairman of the Lung Cancer Symposium, a medical education program for physicians that included a panel of 11 leading experts in lung cancer care.
The conference was sponsored by the Georgia Cancer Foundation (GCF) and held February 15 at the Swissotel in Atlanta.
“Dr. Bordoni lead an interesting and informative look into the future of lung cancer treatment,” said GCF Executive Director, Brenda Horne.
Joining Dr. Bordoni was a group of specialists in pulmonology, thoracic surgery, radiation oncology, and medical oncology.
“It is an honor to serve as Symposium Chair,” said Dr. Bordoni. “There is no question that the authorities in the field of lung cancer are here today.”
Among the panel members were Dr. Mansoor Saleh, GCS Director of Research, and Dr. Terry Styles , GCS Director of Radiation Services.
Drs. Bordoni and Styles co-chaired a section titled “Advances in Management of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer.”
Dr. Saleh served as co-chairman for a section titled “Targeted Therapy of Lung Cancer.”
Among the goals and objectives of the Lung Cancer Symposium were to understand the rationale for the new TNM lung cancer staging system and to learn the state-of-the-art treatment options for advanced lung cancer.
“Today’s symposium will help us move forward in the fight against this disease,” said Dr. Bordoni.
Dr. Saleh practices at the Northside GCS office.