Evolving Surgical Care of Colorectal Cancer into the 21st Century

Evolving Surgical Care of Colorectal Cancer into the 21st Century

“It’s crucial for better patient outcomes that surgery is not seen as a steady-state treatment, not just a baseline therapy for other approaches and therapies to be compared to but one that can and needs to transform positively onwards”

Written by Professor Ronan Cahill, Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeon, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital (MMUH), Dublin and Professor of Surgery, University College Dublin (UCD). Director of Centre for Precision Surgery, UCD, and Digital Surgery Unit, MMUH

Different to the other commonest solid cancers (i.e. breast, prostate, lung), surgery is the predominant treatment for colorectal cancer, forming all or part of the therapy for the majority of patients with this disease.

Pages 39-40, Ronan Cahill – HPN Issue 93 Feb 2022 Digital

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