Iris Nagtegaal, theme Tumours of the digestive tract, and colleagues are proud to present their first paper in the journal Gastroenterology on the colorectal cancer dataset. Pathology reports provide the fundamental information required for the treatment of all cancers.
The International Collaboration on Cancer Reporting (ICCR) was founded by major pathology organisations from around the world to produce internationally standardised and evidence based on datasets for the pathology reporting of cancer.
Iris Nagtegaal is – within the ICCR – responsible for all datasets of the gastrointestinal tract.
Their goal is to improve cancer patient outcomes worldwide and to advance international benchmarking in cancer management.
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