Man Files Malpractice Lawsuit For Undiagnosed Cancer
A West Virginia man is suing his doctor and a healthcare group for medical malpractice for failing to diagnose his cancer, reports The West Virginia Record.
From September 2002 to January 2008, he visited the clinic at least 20 times seeking medical care and treatment. Due to his unresolved medical issues, on February 7, 2008, he saw another physician and was diagnosed with cancer of the bladder.
The lawsuit alleges the defendants were negligent because they failed to diagnose the man’s cancer, perform tests to determine cancer or notice significant changes in his blood tests. As a result, he claims he has suffered physical and personal damages that would not have occurred if he had been diagnosed earlier.
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