Need To Know: Medical Mal and Cancer

According to the American Cancer Society, one in three Americans will develop cancer over the course of a lifetime. There are more than 200 kinds of cancers that can occur in the body as a result of the interaction among genetic factors, personal and family history, age, and environmental factors including lifestyle and health habits. Of these, some of the most common forms of cancer include breast, lung, cervical, prostate, ovarian and colorectal.

An experienced New York cancer lawyer or cancer attorney can help you no matter what type of cancer was not timely diagnosed. Whatever the type of cancer, the single most important point is that early detection saves lives. The earlier cancer is diagnosed, the faster doctors can treat it, contain it, remove it and better extend the chances of survival. As cancer lawyers and cancer attorneys, we understand that early detection of breast cancer saves lives.

Despite patient complaints, doctors may ignore obvious signs of cancer, destroying the potential for early detection. Sometimes these complaints and symptoms are disregarded for so long that the cancer is permitted to spread throughout the body. This results in more radical surgical treatments, loss of body parts, depression, decreased chances of survival and premature death. Our Cancer law firm understands what cancer patients are going through, fighting a battle for their lives, and a battle against the very doctors and hospitals that violated their trust. As cancer lawyers and cancer attorneys we want to help guide, counsel and advise you on your legal rights and claim.

Have you been misdiagnosed and seeking representation from a Cancer Attorney? Contact our New York Cancer Attorney today for a free consultation!

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