A tumour is not necessarily a cancer. Tumours can be malignant or benign. Cancerous tumours spread and can be life threatening.
Failure to Notice Lump in the Neck during initial examination.
Benzene and other chemicals and toxins
Drinking too much alcohol
Poor Immune system
Loss of appetite
The first step would be to identify if the tumour is cancerous or benign for which a biopsy is performed. This is where a small tissue is taken from the affected area and examined under a microscope. Depending on the type of tumour and where it is located the tests and treatment differs. In case the tumour is non-cancerous then then tumour might be removed based on its severity over the body.
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.
Our Medical Negligence Solicitors know that being diagnosed with cancer can be emotional and devestating. At Chapman Dhillon Solicitors, our solicitors are experts in handling complex legal and medical issues. We are sensitive to your needs and can ensure that you receive the best support possible.
When you contact Chapman Dhillon Solicitors and provide details of what happened, whether the injury occured in a private clinic or an NHS hospital; we will be able to tell you if you have a claim for medical negligence compensation immediately. You will only speak with qualified Solicitors. Our medical negligence solicitors will advise you on how to claim compensation, the claims process, any time constraints; and how successful your claim is likely to be.
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