ASO Author Reflections: Utilizing National Databases to Identify Areas of Future Focus When Studying Rare Tumors

@article{Ruff2021ASOAR,
  title={ASO Author Reflections: Utilizing National Databases to Identify Areas of Future Focus When Studying Rare Tumors},
  author={Samantha M. Ruff and Danielle K. DePeralta},
  journal={Annals of Surgical Oncology},
  year={2021},
  volume={28},
  pages={8329 - 8329}
}
Due to the rarity of some tumors, data are limited to small case series of 10–15 patients seen over a severaldecades-long period. As a result, these tumors are often grouped with histologically and/or anatomically similar tumors for staging and prognostic information. One potential solution comes in the form of national databases such as the National Cancer Database (NCDB), which can provide a window into these rare diseases. Our paper used this strength of the NCDB to investigate 872 patients… 

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