For the interest and benefit of ESCP members, the Research Committee are going to write a monthly short report on a significant colorectal article that has been published in the last six months.

These summaries should provide an informative read on significant developments that have the potential to help patients. We would welcome your suggestions regarding articles and also your ideas on how this initiative may be developed.

On 31 Jul 2020

July 2020's 'Paper of the Month' presents the 10-year planned follow up of the randomised control trial CAPP2 on the long-term protective effect of taking regular aspirin in patients with Lynch syndrome.

On 27 May 2020

May 2020's 'Paper of the Month' presents a French multicenter randomised controlled trial assessing the effect of the time leg between completion of radiation therapy and surgery on oncological outcomes of patients with locally advanced rectal cancer.

On 17 Mar 2020

Our 'Paper of the Month' for April is timely as it looks at the impact of prolonging time to surgery on survival rates.

On 9 Mar 2020

March’s Paper of the Month is ‘Guideline for haemorrhoidal disease’ and provides an up to date, practical and clear consensus on the management of this common condition.

On 26 Feb 2020

February’s Paper of the Month has been simultaneously published in the three most important colorectal journals: Colorectal Disease, ANZ Journal of Surgery and Diseases of the Colon & Rectum. Through sound Delphi methodology, a large patient-provider group reached consensus on how to define the low anterior resection syndrome.

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