Acknowledgement for APICES collaboration in COMISH study published in “Clinical and Translational Oncology”
This month, we want to share the acknowledgment that APICES has received in the recent publication of COMISH study titled: “Real-world study on microsatellite instability and mismatch repair deficiency testing patterns among patients with metastatic colorectal cancer in Spain”, published in Clinical and Translational Oncology, in which APICES has collaborated in all phases of the project as design, start-up, coordination and project management, data management, statistical analysis, abstract, poster and manuscript preparation.
This means an extra motivation to all APICES team in order to give continuity to the implication we have in every project in which we collaborate. APICES is very proud of the recognition of our work, and we would like to thank MSD for giving us the opportunity to appear in the acknowledgements of the publication and congratulate them and all the investigators for their project success.
This study describes the dMMR/MSI-H testing practice in patients with metastatic colorectal cancer in Spain. You can find the publication in the following link: COMISH publication