Core outcome set for surgical trials in gastric cancer (GASTROS study): international patient and healthcare professional consensus

B Alkhaffaf, A Metryka, J M Blazeby, A -M Glenny, A Adeyeye, P M Costa, I Diez del Val, S S Gisbertz, A Guner, S Law, H -J Lee, Z Li, K Nakada, D Reim, P Vorwald, G L Baiocchi, W Allum, M A Chaudry, E A Griffiths, P R WilliamsonI A Bruce

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Background: Surgery is the primary treatment that can offer potential cure for gastric cancer, but is associated with significant risks. Identifying optimal surgical approaches should be based on comparing outcomes from well designed trials. Currently, trials report different outcomes, making synthesis of evidence difficult. To address this, the aim of this study was to develop a core outcome set (COS)-a standardized group of outcomes important to key international stakeholders-that should be reported by future trials in this field.
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Article numberznab192
JournalBritish Journal of Surgery
Publication statusPublished - 24 Jun 2021

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