ICCR Gastrointestinal datasets for review

Pancreatobiliary Pathology Society Members:


International Collaboration on Cancer Reporting (ICCR) has requested a review of “Carcinoma of the Exocrine Pancreas” draft dataset and an invitation of your individual comments. The draft dataset is posted at: http://www.iccr-cancer.org/datasets/datasets-under-consultation  The documents will be available for comment until Friday 14th February 2020.  To provide feedback on the draft dataset, email any comments directly to datasets@iccr-cancer.org.  Please include your name and country together with your comments.  In regard to your comments or suggested changes, please be as specific as possible, including any relevant background information and supporting evidence, including which section/element of the dataset that your comments pertain to.

Additionally, the Pancreatobiliary Pathology Society Neoadjuvant Therapy and Grossing Working Groups will review and forward their comments to the Pancreatobiliary Pathology Society Executive Committee to provide the Society’s official comments.  

The ICCR has been formed to develop common, internationally standardised and evidence-based cancer datasets for surgical pathology specimens.  Using the best international approaches, and leveraging the knowledge and experience of world–leading pathologists, the ICCR aims to ensure that all cancer reports, will be of the same high quality; ensuring completeness, consistency, clarity, conciseness and above all, clinical utility.  The ICCR has published 32 cancer datasets to dateThese datasets are posted to: http://www.iccr-cancer.org/datasets

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Gina Green,  ICCR Project Management Officerginagreen@iccr-cancer.org on the details below or Fleur Webster, ICCR Project Manager at fleur_webster@hotmail.com


Thank you,


Pancreatobiliary Pathology Society Executive Committee

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