Cancer Malpractice Litigation.
Cancer is a terrible set of diseases. Some are relatively treatable, if detected in time, while others are aggressive and nearly always fatal. Medical malpractice does not cause cancer but medical malpractice can turn a treatable cancer into a death … Read More
Posted in Breast Cancer, Cancer, Doctors, Lawsuits, Lung Cancer, Mammogram, medical errors, Medical Malpractice, medical malpractice cases, medical malpractice claims, medical malpractice lawyers, medical mistakes, Medical Negligence, Melanoma, Misdiagnosis, plaintiff
Our Hospital Pricing System Is Insane.
I recently wrote a post about how our health insurance system is making the delivery of health care worse than it should be. Here is another horror story for your files. There are two variables in health insurance plans that … Read More
Lots of Developments in Treatment of Breast Cancer
There is never a good time to develop breast cancer but for women who have had the misfortune of being diagnosed with breast cancer, the treatment options have never been better than they are today. The statistics remain daunting, however, … Read More
Posted in Breast Cancer, Doctors, General Health, health, Lawsuits, Mammogram, medical errors, Medical Malpractice, Medical Malpractice Case Value, medical malpractice lawsuits, medical mistakes, Medical Negligence, science news
The Dishonest Hospital
I came across an interesting story recently that resonated with me because I have seen this in my practice. A Kentucky woman who noticed a lump in her breast went to have it checked out at a local hospital. The … Read More
Posted in disclosure of medical mistakes, Doctors, electronic medical records, Fraud, Hospital Negligence, Hospitals, Lawsuits, Mammogram, medical charts, medical ethics, Medical Malpractice, Medical Negligence, Secrecy
Mammograms and Unnecessary Cancer Treatment
My partner has often written about the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer and the decision making process that goes along with them, noting that often the treatment is unnecessary or that it is worse than the disease. Well, it … Read More