NEWS

2019/12/16 2nd MITOR Study Meeting

The 2nd MITOR Study Meeting was held during the APAGE & SFMIH Single-Port and NOTES Hands-on Animal Workshop.

MITOR Study

Minimally Invasive Therapy versus Open Radical hysterectomy

The MITOR Study Primary Objective, to compare disease-free survival of patients with early-stage cervical cancer undergoing total laparoscopic radical hysterectomy (TLRH) versus total abdominal radical hysterectomy (TARH)

Criteria for Surgeon and Hospital

      Surgeon Eligibility

Open surgery group

- Qualified and board-certified gynecologic oncologists

- Performed at least 50 cases of total abdominal radical hysterectomy and surgical staging for cervical cancer using the standard procedure

Laparoscopy group:

- Qualified and board-certified endoscopic oncologists by the APAGE Accreditation Committee

- Performed at least 50 cases of endoscopic radical hysterectomy and surgical staging for cervical cancer using the standard procedure

- The surgeon should be serving in an APAGE-accredited center.

     Participating Center

The participating center must be a tertiary institution where both total laparoscopic radical hysterectomy (TLRH) and total abdominal radical hysterectomy (TARH) are performed.

- 50 cases of TLRH for cervical cancer per year, OR

- History of performing more than 200 cases of TLRH in this center, OR

- Published data on the excellent performance of the oncologic endoscopy center and qualified by the APAGE Accreditation Committee of this trial

A log of procedures will be submitted

 

​If you or your institution are interested in and qualified for participating in this MITOR Clinical Trial for Cervical Cancer Surgery Study, kindly provide the annual case number of LRH on cervical cancer, reoccurrence rate, published articles and unedited videos of LRH on cervical cancer by December 19th, 2019 to apage.web@gmail.com, mit.apage@gmail.com
or apage.edu@gmail.com