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Case study - Implementing early rectal cancer multidisciplinary teams in secondary care

This case study is an educational tool. It has been developed as an exemplar case study of setting up 'Early Rectal Cancer Multidisciplinary teams' (ER-MDTs).

It is based on the Merseyside and Cheshire Cancer Network "early rectal Multi- Disciplinary Teams (MDT)".  Although ER-MDT are cited in the Improving outcomes guidance (NICE 2004) very few early rectal MDTs have been established.


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This page was last updated: 28 December 2011

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