Why is Early Detection crucial? because more than
80% of women whose breast cancer is detected early will survive
five or more years.
Did your Doctor ignore
-Breast lump or Lump in the armpit
-A change in the size or shape of the breast
-Abnormal nipple discharge:
-Change in the skin of the breast, nipple, or areola:
-Breast pain, enlargement or discomfort.
-Any breast lump, pain, tenderness, or other change.
-Symptoms of advanced disease are often bone pain, weight loss,
swelling of an arm and or skin ulcers.
Was your Doctor guilty of commiting one or
more of these errors?
to request a breast examination;
Failing to identify an obvious lump during breast examination;
Mistaking a tumor for an infection;
Wrongly diagnosing a tumor as benign;
Failing to recommend breast removal;
Ignoring a history of acute pain in a breast;
Failing to investigate nipple discharge;
Relying solely upon a mammogram in lieu of physical breast examination;
Failing to order a mammogram;
Misreading a mammogram;
Failing to follow up on mammogram findings;
Failing to order a biopsy;
Failing to order ultrasound when indicated;
Failing to follow-up with the patient.
If your Doctor has been guilty of misdiagnosis or
negligent treatment of your breast cancer symptoms and you have
suffered because of it please contact us for a free legal consultation
about your legal rights and a confidential