ESTRO 2021 Abstract Book


ESTRO 2021

Conclusion This study is a first approximation to the cost of EBRT using a time-driven activity-based costing methodology (TDABC) in Catalonia. We have observed that the cost per treatment shows great variability depending on different intents and indications, techniques and fractionation schemes. This model represents a powerful tool to analyze different possible scenarios, such as changes in fractionation and in the complexity of the treatments. OC-0057 Report of Radiotherapy and Cancer Status in Latin America: Tailoring a Projection to 2030 G.R. Sarria 1 , D.A. Martinez-Perez 2 , R. Del Castillo 2 , A. Salgado 3 , L. Pinillos 2 , A. Felix 4 , I. Bobadilla 5 , G. Ferraris 6 , J. Carmona 7 , P. Aquino 8 , L. Aviles 9 , L. Ricagni 10 , N. Isa 11 , C. Flores 12 , B. Li 13 , M. Castilho 14 , A. Polo 15 , E.H. Zubizarreta 15 , F.A. Giordano 1 , G.J. Sarria 2 1 University Hospital Bonn, Radiation Oncology, Bonn, Germany; 2 Oncosalud-AUNA, Radiation Oncology, Lima, Peru; 3 Instituto Nacional del Cancer, Radiation Oncology, Santiago de Chile, Chile; 4 Hospital de Oncologia Centro Medico Nacional Siglo XXI, Radiation Oncology, Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico; 5 Centro de Control del Cancer, Radiotherapy Unit, Bogota, Colombia; 6 Centro de Radioterapia Dean Funes, Radiotherapy Unit, Cordoba, Argentina; 7 Oncoserv, Radiotherapy Unit, Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic; 8 Instituto Nacional del Cancer, Radiation Oncology, Asuncion, Paraguay; 9 Oncoservice, Radiotherapy Unit, La Paz, Bolivia; 10 Hospital de Clinicas, Radiation Oncology, Montevideo, Uruguay; 11 Clinica IRAM, Department of Radiation Oncology, Santiago de Chile, Chile; 12 AUNA Ideas, Epidemiology and Applied Research, Lima, Peru; 13 University of California San Francisco, Radiation Oncology, San Francisco, USA; 14 Hospital Felicio Rocho, Radiotherpy Center, Belo Horizonte, Brazil; 15 International Atomic Energy Agency, Human Health, Vienna, Austria Purpose or Objective To report the current incidence status of the 10 most frequent malignancies, as well as radiotherapy (RT)- related logistics across Latin American, in order to project a resources gap and investment potential towards 2030. Materials and Methods Data were collected from the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) Directory of Radiotherapy Centers, manufacturers’ databases, and individual surveys sent to each National Scientific Societies. Demographic, economic and epidemiologic data were gathered from the World Bank and the Global Cancer Observatory

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