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The IASLC Lung Cancer Staging Project: A Renewed Call to Participation
journal contributionposted on 2018-05-15, 09:44 authored by D. J. Giroux, P. Van Schil, H. Asamura, R. Rami-Porta, K. Chansky, J. J. Crowley, V. W. Rusch, K. Kernstine, V. Rusch, L. H. Araujo, P. Beckett, D. Beer, P. Bertoglio, R. Beyruti, A. Bille, V. Bolejack, S. Boubia, E. Brambilla, J. D. Brierley, A. K. Cangir, D. Carbone, J. Crowley, G. Darling, F. Detterbeck, X. B. D'Journo, J. Donnington, W. Eberhardt, J. Edwards, J. Erasmus, W. Fang, Dean Fennell, K. Fong, F. Galateau-Salle, O. Gautschi, R. Gill, D. Giroux, J. M. Goo, S. Hasegawa, F. Hirsch, H. Hoffman, W. Hofstetter, J. Huang, P. Joubert, K. Kerr, Y. T. Kim, H. K. Kim, H. Kindler, Y. Lievens, H. Liu, D. E. Low, G. Lyons, H. MacMahon, M. Marino, E. Marom, J. M. Matilla, J. van Meerbeeck, L. M. Montuenga, A. Nicholson, A. Nowak, I. Opitz, M. Okumura, R. U. Osarogiagbon, H. Pass, M. de Perrot, H. Prosch, P. Qu, D. Rice, A. Rimner, E. Ruffini, S. Sakai, N. Singh, A. Stoll-D'Astice, F. Suárez, R. M. Terra, W. D. Travis, M. S. Tsao, P. Ugalde, S. I. Watanabe, J. Wiens, I. Wistuba, Y. Yatabe, L. Jiang, K. Kubota, E. Lim, P. M. Putora, A. Turna, P. L. Filosso, K. Kondo, D. K. Kim, G. Giaccone, M. Lucchi, E. Blackwell, T. Rice, W. Travis
Over the past two decades, the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC) Staging Project has been a steady source of evidence-based recommendations for the TNM classification for lung cancer published by the Union for International Cancer Control and the American Joint Committee on Cancer. The Staging and Prognostic Factors Committee of the IASLC is now issuing a call for participation in the next phase of the project, which is designed to inform the ninth edition of the TNM classification for lung cancer. Following the case recruitment model for the eighth edition database, volunteer site participants are asked to submit data on patients whose lung cancer was diagnosed between January 1, 2011, and December 31, 2019, to the project by means of a secure, electronic data capture system provided by Cancer Research And Biostatistics in Seattle, Washington. Alternatively, participants may transfer existing data sets. The continued success of the IASLC Staging Project in achieving its objectives will depend on the extent of international participation, the degree to which cases are entered directly into the electronic data capture system, and how closely externally submitted cases conform to the data elements for the project.
CitationJournal of Thoracic Oncology, 2018, in press
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