Thoracic malignancies represent the leading cause of cancer death in the United States. This continuing medical education activity will focus on recent developments in comprehensive care of patients with malignancies of the chest. Faculty will provide important information regarding lung cancer, mesothelioma, and esophageal cancer. Attendees will learn about the latest recommendations for lung cancer screening, and about causes, prognosis and treatment for thoracic malignancies. Important clinical advances including surgical, medical, radiation, and supportive techniques will be presented. This program is designed for family practitioners, internists, pulmonologists, surgeons, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and any healthcare professionals with an interest in learning more about lung cancer. Faculty will present actionable information relevant to the day-to-day medical practice.