All KCE reports are available in Dutch, French and English under several formats. Form and language of the reports
Please take note of the publication date of this guideline. From a methodological point of view, a guideline is generally considered obsolete after 5 years. It is therefore possible that some parts of this document are no longer relevant. KCE Reports 200 (2013)
Organisation of care for adults with rare cancers and cancers with complex diagnosis and/or treatment
KCE Reports 219 (2014) Concrete proposals formulated by 14 multidisciplinary working groups including clinical experts and pathologists are provided in the Supplement to the report: Rare haematological cancers Cancers of the central nervous system Cancers of the head and neck Cancers of the endocrine organs - endocrine neoplasms Cancers of the endocrine organs - rare thyroïd cancer Neuroendocrine tumours (NETS) Malignant pleural mesothelioma Rare cancers of the female genital system Cancers occurring during pregnancy Cancers of the oesophagus Cancers of the pancreas Rare hepa
KCE Reports 266 (2016)
KCE Reports 305 (2019) For several years, KCE has undertaken background work to improve the quality of care to patients with cancer, together with the Cancer Registry Foundation and College of Oncology. Over time, this project should lead to a true system of quality monitoring, including clinical recommendations, quality indicators and a hospital benchmarking and feedback dynamic. This year, efforts have concentrated on head and neck cancers.