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Cancer Network will host the "Diagnostic Champions' Challenge" for a total of five weeks.  Each of these weeks will feature their own set of multiple choice questions to test your diagnostic ability.  Every time you choose correctly, you'll win points based upon the level of difficulty.   Did you make the high-score leaderboard for that week’s round? Congratulations! Didn’t make it? Try again! Build your skills and take the test as many times as you want, but only your first score counts.

The preliminary rounds take place for the first four weeks. The top 10 scorers for each week (from both the MD and non-MD tracks) will be invited to participate in the "Diagnostic Champions' Final Challenge" - the fifth week's round - to go head-to-head. The top scorer of the finalist round for the MD and non-MD track will be recognized as the champion!

  • Round 4 (Active)

    Our challenge continues. Following complete resection, what size cutoff of a T2N0 non-small-cell lung cancer is commonly used to support the delivery of adjuvant chemotherapy? Claim victory in Round 4 and qualify for our ultimate challenge.

  • Round 1 (Closed)

    In our opening round we test your knowledge on factors associated with increased toxicity in patients treated with stereotactic body radiotherapy and present a pair of challenging cases to see if your diagnostic skills are worthy of a champion.

  • Round 2 (Closed)

    In this round we continue with another series of puzzlers. Are you up to date on when thoracic radiotherapy should be integrated into treatment of limited-stage small-cell lung cancer? And what is the cause of the bronchial tumor in the 46-year-old man with chest pain?

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