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GENERAL INFORMATION ARTICLES ABOUT PAPILLON FOR PATIENTS AND CARERS
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New hope from OPERA trial for surgically fit rectal cancer patients who wish to have organ preservation
Arthur Sun Myint, Papillon Unit, Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, Liverpool, UKColorectal Disease 2022;00:1–2.
CITRuS study harnesses online technology to improve patient experience
The CITRuS study is trialling the use of online surveys to collect accurate and regularly-updated information on patients’ symptoms before and after treatment. The responses to these surveys will create an ongoing constantly-updated record of patients’ experiences.
Guidance on professional standards and ethics for doctors. Decision making and consent.
General Medical Council 9 NOVEMBER 2020.
Patient Information and Timing Prior to Consent for Contact X-Ray Brachytherapy (Papillon): Are we Doing the Process Right? Professor A. Sun Myint et., al. (2019)
Contact x-ray brachytherapy for rectal cancer (Papillon). A guide for patients and carers. (2018)
Cancer Care Team of the Year (2018) Papillon for Rectal Cancer (BMJ Awards 2018)
Do patients have a choice? Professor A. Sun Myint : Colorectal Cancer (2017)
Silver Jubilee celebrations for Clatterbridge Papillon Centre (1992-2017)
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