Continued inadequacies in data sources for the evaluation of cancer services
Smith SJ., Muir KR., Wolstenholme JL., Thornhill KG., Zamorski A., Tolley K., Logan RFA., Chilvers CED.
There is a need to evaluate cancer services and provide a baseline on current treatment success and organization. This study shows that this process may be severely hindered by case note destruction or inaccessibility and incomplete information. This is an ongoing problem that needs to be addressed now.