Urologic oncology: Expanding the evidence for multidisciplinary team cancer care

@article{Sevdalis2014UrologicOE,
  title={Urologic oncology: Expanding the evidence for multidisciplinary team cancer care},
  author={Nick Sevdalis and James S. A. Green},
  journal={Nature Reviews Urology},
  year={2014},
  volume={11},
  pages={668-669}
}
Multidiscliplinary teams (MDTs) are increasingly used to aid decision-making in the care of patients with cancer, but their clinical value can be difficult to quantify. A prospective study has now assessed the use of MDTs for patients with urological cancers. Future refinement of MDT organization is required to optimize effectiveness. 

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