EUnetHTA is pleased to announce the project description and planning for 26th Other Technologies Collaborative Assessment "Surgical procedures for treatment of obesity" is now available for access.The relevance of the topic lies in evidence suggesting that bariatric surgery decreases the
OTCA23 Final Assessment Report “Biodegradable rectum spacers to reduce toxicity for prostate cancer” now available
The Other Technologies Collaborative Assessment OTCA23 final assessment report "Biodegradable rectum spacers to reduce toxicity for prostate cancer'', together with related documentation, is now available for access.The assessed technology is biodegradable rectum spacers added to conventional radiotherapy to (temporarily) position
OTCA27 – Comparative effectiveness of surgical techniques and devices for the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)- project plan now available
The final project plan of the assessment on “Comparative effectiveness of surgical techniques and devices for the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)” is now available. Comments from external experts and answers of the Authoring Team are also accessible. This
The Final Project Plan and related documents for Other Technologies Collaborative Assessment 28 (OTCA28) 'Lung cancer screening in risk groups' are now available for access.Please follow the links:OTCA28 - Final Project PlanOTCA28 - Comments from External Experts
The Final Project Plan and comments from external experts are now available for the Other Technologies Collaborative Assessment 25 (OTCA25) 'Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT) for lung, prostate and liver cancer'.Please access at the following links:OTCA25 Final Project PlanOTCA25 Comments
On May 4, 2020, EUnetHTA started an “Error reporting and correction” procedure for this OTJA10 assessment report on “Stool DNA testing for early detection of colorectal cancer”. The reported potential error is under assessment by EUnetHTA and the Assessment Team.
We are pleased to announce that the final assessment for OTCA15 “Irreversible electroporation in liver and pancreatic cancer", together with the input from external experts and manufacturers, are now available for access.Irreversible electroporation (IRE) is a nonthermal ablative method based on
Open Call for Patient Group Input – Collaborative Assessment on a Medical Device for Rectum Spacers for Prostate Cancer Radiotherapy
EUnetHTA recently started a new Collaborative Assessment on a Medical Device for rectum spacers for prostate cancer radiotherapy.To find out about participation, please read more here.Input submissions will be received through EOB, Friday 5th July.