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Optimal surveillance strategies for AJCC stage I cutaneous melanoma post primary tumour excision: an evidence synthesis and economic evaluation

Project title: Optimal surveillance strategies for AJCC stage I cutaneous melanoma post primary tumour excision: an evidence synthesis and economic evaluation

Call to action: 16/166 16/166 HTA CET, Evidence Synthesis Full Form, closing 5 April 2017

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Dr Robert EllisORCID logo

Lead Author: Dr Robert EllisORCID logo

Contractor: South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Cost: £241,731.15

Co-investigators: Dr Batoul Nasr, Dr Mehdi JavanbakhtORCID logo, Miss Brenda Nyakang'oORCID logo, Mr Andrew BryantORCID logo, Mr Paul Steward, Mrs Pamela WalkerORCID logo, Mrs Rachel LucasORCID logo, Professor Luke ValeORCID logo, Professor Penny LovatORCID logo.

Started: March 2018 | Status: Published November 2021

PROSPERO registration: CRD42018086784

There is insufficient evidence available specific to surveillance of people after treatment for early stage primary cutaneous melanoma to support practice change, but less intensive surveillance would warrant further research.

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