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Cancer treatment—hormone therapy completion date, DDMMYYYY

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Metadata item type:Help on this termData Element
Short name:Help on this termHormone therapy completion date
METeOR identifier:Help on this term561329
Registration status:Help on this termHealth, Standard 08/05/2014
Definition:Help on this termThe completion date of the hormone therapy administered during the course of treatment for cancer, expressed as DDMMYYYY.
Data Element Concept:Cancer treatment—hormone therapy completion date

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Representation class:Help on this termDate
Data type:Help on this termDate/Time
Format:Help on this termDDMMYYYY
Maximum character length:Help on this term8

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Hormone therapy is cancer treatment that achieves its antitumour effect through changes in hormonal balance. This includes the administration of hormones, agents acting via hormonal mechanisms, antihormones and steroids.

The completion date of hormone treatment is the date of the last dose administered during the course of treatment.

The completion date of hormone therapy is recorded regardless of whether the course of treatment is completed as intended, and regardless of the intent or timing of immunotherapy.

Do not record the dates for prednisone as hormone therapy when it is administered for reasons other than chemotherapeutic treatment. Only record prednisone as hormone therapy when it is administered in combination with chemotherapy such as MOPP (mechlorethamine, vincristine, procarbazine, prednisone) or COPP (cyclophosphamide, vincristine, procarbazine, prednisone).

Tumour involvement or cancer treatment may destroy hormone-producing tissue. Hormone replacement therapy will be given if the hormone is necessary to maintain normal metabolism and body function. Do not code hormone replacement therapy as part of the initial course of treatment.

A patient may undergo hormone therapy for an extended period of time.

Multiple entries are not permitted.

Dates of surgery, radiotherapy and other systemic treatments are collected as separate items. However, if a patient receives treatment with a protocol that includes different types of systemic therapy agents, for example, a chemotherapy agent and a hormone therapy agent, record the completion date of treatment in both relevant data items.
Collection methods:Help on this termThe information should be obtained from the patient’s medical record.
Comments:Help on this termCollecting the start and finish dates for treatment modalities will enable an estimate of treatment duration.

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Submitting organisation:Help on this term

Cancer Australia

Origin:Help on this termCommission on Cancer, American College of Surgeons
Reference documents:Help on this term

American College of Surgeons 2002. Facility Oncology Registry Data Standards (FORDS), 2009 revision. Commission on Cancer

Standards of the Commission on Cancer: Registry Operations and Data Standards (ROADS), Volume II. Commission on Cancer

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Supersedes Cancer treatment—hormone therapy completion date, DDMMYYYY Health, Superseded 08/05/2014

See also Cancer treatment—hormone therapy start date, DDMMYYYY Health, Standard 08/05/2014

See also Cancer treatment—systemic therapy agent or protocol, text X[X(149)] Health, Standard 08/05/2014

Implementation in Data Set Specifications:Help on this term

Hormone therapy for cancer cluster Health, Standard 08/05/2014

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