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Optimal care pathways: cancer

The optimal care pathways are models of cancer care that place the patient at the centre of care decisions to improve patient outcomes. They promote quality cancer care and are endorsed by Cancer Australia with Australian Government support and most are newly revised editions. Pathways include: acute myeloid leukaemia, breast cancer, cancer of unknown primary, cervical, colo-rectal, endometrial, head and neck cancer, hepatocellular carcinoma, high grade glioma, Hodgkin & diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, lung cancer, melanoma, oesophagogastric, ovarian, pancreatic, prostate cancer and sarcoma.

The optimal care pathways are available in their full version or as a quick reference guide here: https://www.cancer.org.au/health-professionals/optimal-cancer-care-pathways