To the Editor: Multidisciplinary meetings (MDMs) are recognised as crucial to best practice in oncology, and governments have designated MDMs as key priorities in cancer care.1,2 Improvement in overall survival has been promoted as a potential benefit of multidisciplinary care, with little supporting evidence. However, consensus MDM decisions are worthless unless action is subsequently implemented. This retrospective audit aimed to assess whether MDM recommendations were implemented, as an indirect measure of the MDM process on patient outcomes.
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