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Chemotherapy (SACT) Protocols: If you are developing or updating protocols at your centre here are some sites where you can find protocols already in use.

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1 Web Link British Columbia Cancer Agency
This excellent source of chemotherapy protocols and patient information from the British Columbia Cancer Agency (BCCA) is something UK networks could aim for.
2 Web Link Cancer Care Ontario
Another excellent source of chemotherapy protocols, and drug information from Canada, this time Cancer Care Ontario (CCO).
3 Web Link Clatterbridge Centre for Oncology
Chemotherapy protocol book plus other useful guidance.
4 Web Link Royal Surrey County Hospital Protocols
Detailed protocols from St Luke's Cancer Centre. Includes some useful supportive care protocols for management of common toxicities.
5 Web Link electronic Medicines Compendium
Comprehensive database of drug information including both summaries of product characteristics (SPCs), and patient information leaflets (PILs)
6 Web Link London Cancer Alliance Chemotherapy Protocols
For West and South London
7 Web Link London Cancer Guidelines
Guidelines for cancer services in North and East London organised by tumour pathway board.
8 Web Link South West Strategic Clinical Network Protocols
Updated protocols from SWSCN. Further protocols are under development.
9 Web Link East Midlands Cancer Network Protocols
Policies and guidelines including training materials.
10 Web Link Northern England SCN Protocols
Protocols are within the network site-specific groups
11 Web Link London Cancer Expert Reference Group
Wide range of policies and guidelines from dosing in obesity to fertility advice.
12 Web Link Thames Valley Chemotherapy Guidelines and Protocols
Includes comprehensive advice and protocols.
13 Web Link UK Chemotherapy Board
The Chemotherapy Board provides guidance, oversight and support for the continuing development of chemotherapy services in the UK.
14 Web Link National Standardised Consent Forms for SACT (systemic anti-cancer therapy)
Endorsed by the National Chemotherapy Board. Your department might want to consider using these. Otherwise provide additional information for patients.
15 Web Link Completmentary therapies and interactions with chemotherapy
<p>The Specialist Pharmacy Service has prepared some advice on complementary therapies and alternative medicines (CAMs) and their potential interactions with chemotherapy.</p>

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