The main objectives of medical negligence law relate to substandard care — the direction the law will take when new treatment approaches come along is not always clear
If two heads are better than one, then four should be much better, and six should be truly formidable. The axiom is especially likely to hold true when the problem at hand is multifaceted, and each head carries knowledge that is relevant, different, and complementary. Therein lies the allure of multidis-ciplinary care (MDC) teams in cancer care.
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