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Implementation of Operative Standards into Surgical Practice (0)

April 1, 2022

This column describes initiatives for improving  oncologic outcomes by implementing recommendations outlined in the Operative Standards for Cancer Surgery manual.


Clinical Trial Examines Postoperative Chemotherapy versus Observation in High-Risk Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors

The S2104 trial compares chemotherapy to observation following resection of pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors.

The Role of the Acute Care Surgeon in Caring for Patients with Cancer

General surgeons offer continuity of care for surgical diseases and provide expertise on general surgery conditions, which helps provide safe and effective care for cancer patients.

Optimizing treatment of colorectal liver metastases through the use of clinical trial data

Describes the results of clinical trials using ctDNA to improve survival for patients at high risk of cancer recurrence.


Synoptic reporting for cancer surgery: Current requirements and future state

Describes the benefits of synoptic reporting, specifically its ability to automate data capture, promote interoperability, and increase research opportunities.

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