Failure to Diagnose Ovarian Cancer
Ovarian Cancer Misdiagnosis Attorneys Helping Women Harmed by Malpractice According to the National Cancer Institute, nearly 1 in 70 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer at some point in their lives. Ovarian cancer is often difficult to detect in its earliest stages. Consequently, women with ovarian cancer suffer higher rates of mortality when compared to many other types of cancer. There are many symptoms of ovarian cancer, including a swollen abdomen, abdominal pain and a loss of appetite women. Further, women who have never been pregnant, and women with a family history of ovarian cancer are at greater risk for the disease.In many cases, ovarian cancer is not detected until it has spread outside of the ovaries. At this point, the cancer becomes especially difficult to treat. While ovarian cancer can be difficult to detect in its early stages, it is not impossible to detect. In certain cases, a doctor’s failure to diagnose ovarian cancer in a timely fashion could be malpractice.
We are the failure to diagnose attorneys of Dankner Milstein, P.C. Our law firm has represented numerous clients who have suffered irreparable harm or death due to a doctor’s failure to diagnose cancer. Although cases involving the failure to diagnose ovarian cancer present unique challenges, our law firm is ready to talk to you about your claim. If you have a viable claim for damages, our law firm will bring the full weight of our experience and resources to bear in your case. Partners Jay Dankner and Edward Milstein have nearly 100 years of combined legal experience. Our law firm is also supported by additional lawyers and support staff who will take every measure within the law to help you recover all available compensation under the law.
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