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Artículo Tomo 71, Número. 3, Abril 2018

Archivos Españoles de Urología

Multidisciplinary teams in the treatment of prostate cancer.

Authors: Miguel ┴ngel Climent y JosÚ Rubio-Briones.

Arch. Esp. Urol. 2018; 71 (3): 315-322

Vol. 71, Number. 3, April 2018

In the last decade, prostate cancer management has dramatically evolved to such a complexity that different medical specialties have to participate for its optimization, even making necessary in many cases super specialization in every discipline for such aim.

All Guidelines and every Scientific Association do recommend multidisciplinary teams for its management as a rule, but translation from multidisciplinary committees to daily assistance is heterogeneous and faces, many times, particular interests and conflicts between different specialties implying that objective information of all the therapeutic options does not reach the patient to enroll him in his own therapeutic pathway.This is an opinion paper reviewing the advantages of the multidisciplinary team daily work as a prolongation of the multidisciplinary committee decisions, relying in the literature to set the legal framework and recommendations to generate an operative and real model of multidisciplinary teamwork for the benefit of both patient and all professionals involved in prostate cancer management.

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