El proyecto Benchista incluirá el neuroblastoma como uno de los 6 tumores en los que aplicar el estadiaje de Toronto.

Benchmarking International Survival by Toronto stAge

Childhood cancer survival rates still vary across Europe and other developed countries, but the reasons why are not fully understood. Until now, teasing out the clues that could explain these variations has not been feasible. This is due to the lack of information on how far cancers have spread at diagnosis (tumour stage) and the different ways that this is recorded in different countries. Prof. Kathy Pritchard-Jones and her international team will overcome this issue by standardising cancer data on tumour stage across multiple European countries and further abroad to allow meaningful comparisons. Their findings could help countries to understand and improve childhood cancer survival rates in their own nations.

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