"The South Australian Hepatocellular Cancer Pathway has been developed through a collaborative effort involving a wide range of health professionals, hepatocellular cancer specialist practitioners, generalist staff and consumers. It is a statement of consensus based on current best practice, evidence and accepted approaches to hepatocellular cancer treatment and management. Recommendations should be followed subject to the health professional's independent medical judgment and the patient's preference in each individual case. The pathway adopts a multidisciplinary approach to the care of people affected by hepatocellular cancer with involvement of all relevant health professionals. The pathway sets out key requirements for the provision of optimal care that need to be considered in the hepatocellular cancer patient journey. However, it should be noted that not all patients will progress through each step of the pathway. This is a consequence of many factors, including disease outcomes, management decisions, and patient decisions."--From Executive Summary.
"This clinical cancer pathway was developed by the Hepatocellular Cancer Working Party under the auspices of the Statewide Cancer Clinical Network. The project was funded by CanNET SA. CanNET is a Cancer Australia initiative, funded by the Australian Government"--Title page verso.
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