When Cancer Strikes, Timely Diagnosis And Treatment Can Make The Difference
Cancer is a word that strikes fear into many. In times past, a diagnosis of cancer was served as a notice to prepare to die. Thanks to today’s medical advancements, however, there are more cancer survivors than ever. Through innovative surgical techniques, radiation therapy and chemotherapy, many people survive for years after learning that they had cancer.
Lab tests, exams such as mammograms and imagery technologies (X-ray, MRI, CT scan) make it possible for alert and attentive health care providers to discover cancer in time to treat it successfully. Cancer survivors are all around us, thankful for a second chance at life that aggressive medical treatment made possible.
Did your doctor in Toledo or Sylvania miss the opportunity to diagnose and treat your cancer in time to give you the best possible chance at a cancer-free future? Contact us to request a free consultation. We will gladly explain how negligent health care professionals can be held accountable for the devastating results of their mistakes.
Missed Diagnosis Is Often Fatal
If your doctor missed or ignored evidence that you or a family member had developed cancer of the kidney, liver, breast, testicles, skin (melanoma), brain or cervix, contact the Law Offices of Gary Osborne & Associates to schedule a free consultation with an attorney.
Failure to diagnose cancer when telling symptoms are present may amount to medical malpractice if the physician who ignored the evidence did not meet the accepted standard of care.
Our lawyers have been investigating and litigating cancer misdiagnosis cases in Ohio for more than 30 years. We seek out experts from all over the country to review potential claims to help us decide what type of compensation is deserved.