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Is it medical malpractice if my pathology report was misread delaying cancer treatment?

It is considered medical malpractice if a pathology report was misread delaying cancer treatment. Physicians and medical professionals should be properly trained to read a pathology report.  When they do not, and as a result there is a delay in cancer treatment to a patient, the doctor has committed negligence, and this is considered medical malpractice.

Patients expect doctors to properly read pathology reports so they if they suffer from cancer they are diagnosed and are able to receive treatment in a timely manner. When a pathology report is misread this can cause a delay in cancer diagnosis, and therefore delay in treatment.  Delay in treatment to a patient who has cancer can be harmful and sometimes a deadly combination.

If you suspect that a doctor delayed your cancer treatment because they have misread your pathology report, you should contact one of our top rated Michigan medical malpractice lawyers immediately to discuss your case.  There are strict time limitations for filing these types of lawsuits in Michigan so if you wait too long, your case may be lost forever.

Call today at (800) 606-1717 for your free, no obligation consultation. We will represent you in your medical malpractice claim under our No Win No Fee Promise. This means that there are no legal fees whatsoever until we win or settle your case. Call now for your free, no obligation consultation!

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