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[Pancreatic cancer. Evidence based management guidelines of the Hungarian Pancreatic Study Group]

Richárd Szmola, Gyula Farkas, Péter Hegyi, László Czakó, Zsolt Dubravcsik, István Hritz, Dezső Kelemen, Natália Lásztity, Zita Morvay, Attila Oláh, Andrea Párniczky, Gábor Rubovszky, Miklós Sahin-Tóth, Zsolt Szentkereszti, Ákos Szücs, Tamás Takács, László Tiszlavicz, Ákos Pap
Orvosi Hetilap 2015 February 22, 156 (8): 326-39
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Pancreatic cancer is a disease with a poor prognosis usually diagnosed at a late stage. Therefore, screening, diagnosis, treatment and palliation of pancreatic cancer patients require up-to-date and evidence based management guidelines. The Hungarian Pancreatic Study Group proposed to prepare an evidence based guideline based on the available scientific evidence and international guidelines. The preparatory and consultation board appointed by the Hungarian Pancreatic Study Group translated and complemented/modified the recent international guidelines. 37 clinical statements in 10 major topics were defined (Risk factors and genetics, Screening, Diagnosis, Staging, Surgical care, Pathology, Systemic treatment, Radiation therapy, Palliation and supportive care, Follow-up and recurrence). Evidence was graded according to the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) grading system. The draft of the guideline was presented and discussed at the consensus meeting in September 12, 2014. Statements were accepted with either total (more than 95% of votes, n = 15) or strong agreement (more than 70% of votes, n = 22). The present guideline is the first evidence-based pancreatic cancer guideline in Hungary that provides a solid ground for teaching purposes, offers quick reference for daily patient care and guides financing options. The authors strongly believe that these guidelines will become a standard reference for pancreatic cancer treatment in Hungary.

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