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“If you are a victim of cancer misdiagnosis, Lance Mason can deal with your case with the sensitivity and compassion it deserves. Contact us today for free advice.”

How Does Misdiagnosis Happen?

We are lucky enough to live in a time where medicine is quite advanced. Years ago, the word cancer usually meant the end but many people today are able to make a full recovery. 

However, people who make a full recovery are usually those that have been diagnosed early. Therefore, early diagnosis is key to surviving cancer. If you have been misdiagnosed, you may not receive the treatment you need early enough and this can be fatal. Generally speaking, misdiagnosis is the result of:

  • Not examining a patient properly
  • Overlooking a patient’s family history of cancer
  • Short staffed laboratory workers and doctors

Alternatively, you may have been wrongly diagnosed with cancer. This can severely affect your mental health and even result in you having treatment you don’t need.

Who Is Responsible?

It is the legal responsibility of medical professionals to ensure that all patients are dealt with in the correct manner. It is their responsibility to ensure that you are diagnosed correctly and that you receive the appropriate treatment for your illness. If medical professionals fail to do this and your health suffers as a result, you may be able to make a medical negligence claim.

Where Does Lance Mason Come In?

We are here to help victims of cancer misdiagnosis and seek compensation for them. Lance Mason understands the sensitive nature of these cases and will always act in your best interests. We will take the work off your hands so you can focus on what is truly important, your recovery.

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