College of Oncology

Clinical guidelines

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Breast cancer

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Endocrine and
neuroendocrine
cancers

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Gastrointestinal
cancers

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College of Oncology

The College of Oncology has been established in the Royal Decree on the Oncological Care Programme enacted in 2004. The composition is of a multidisciplinary nature and is a reflection of the multidisciplinarity of daily oncological care. The mission is the evaluation of oncological activities and to monitor the quality of oncological care. To date, various initiatives have been taken to this end within the relevant working groups. One of the most important working groups is the working group ‘Oncology Manual and Guidelines for Clinical Practice’.

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Policy note over care after cancer

The College of Oncology, together with the CancerCentre and Kom op tegen Kanker, took the initiative to formulate 6 care after cancer improvement  priorities based on the input from a Round Table with key stakeholders.

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