GP info: Cancer

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Cancer-associated venous thrombosis – cases that may be seen in primary care

This course, worth 1.5 CME credits, covers the thromboprophylaxis and latest treatment recommendations for cancer-associated thrombosis via clinical scenarios that are likely to be encountered in primary care. It is authored by Consultant Medical Oncologist Dr Omar Khan.

Spotting the signs of breast cancer

This course, worth 1 CME credit covers the essentials to confidently pick up and diagnose breast cancer cases. It includes a visual summary of which surveillance to offer, reference tables of cases that can be safely manage in primary care and those to refer, a patient work-up summary and clinical images highlighting differential diagnoses.

Suspicious mole: is it malignant melanoma and how to treat it?

This course, worth 2 CME credits, covers the recognition of typical and atypical presentations of melanoma, illustrated by clinical images. It also outlines the management options through a useful visual summary of NICE guidance.

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Durvalumab recommended for non-small-cell lung cancer

NICE has recommended durvalumab for the maintenance treatment of unresectable non-small-cell lung cancer after platinum-based chemoradiation in final draft guidance, which reviewed the additional evidence collected as part of the Cancer Drugs Fund managed access agreement for the treatment.
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May 13, 2022