Breast cancer appears as lumps or thickened tissue in breasts and armpits which are formed when there is abnormal growth of cells in the breast. There are no evident reasons behind breast cancer but the change in life style, diet are found to have impacted on women affected by breast cancer. It is also said that the age, family history, if previously affected by cancer, oestrogen & radiation exposure are few other factors that increase the risk of suffering breast cancer.
GP fails to recognize the symptoms of breast cancer and misdiagnoses breast cancer as some other problem.
GP delays to refer the patient to a specialist after identifying breast cancer symptoms
GP fails to take a note of the extensive medical history of the patient leading to a misdiagnosis of breast cancer.
Specialist negligence in referring the patient for breast cancer diagnostic tests causing delay in treatment and anxiety in patient.
Errors by pathologists when doing tests causing misdiagnosis.
Errors whilst taking mammogram and scans during the diagnostic tests leading to misdiagnosis and delay in treatment.
After noticing symptoms such as a lump in their breast or underarms. GP’s fails to take adequate /enough tests to confirm breast cancer.
Misinterpretation of test results as negative instead of a positive leading to further delay in treatment and rapid spread of the cancer.
Unnecessary surgery when the breast cancer can be treated with treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy
If you or someone you know has cancer and was misdiagnosed, call our Medical Negligence Solicitors for a free conference on 0113 388 0400 or contact us online and we will call you within 1 hour.
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