The Manchester Evening News has covered an inquest of a man (Paul Hardy) who died from sepsis ten hours after attending his GP surgery. Paul had fallen ill in February 2016 with cold-like symptoms. He attended his GP surgery on 17 th February...
Being diagnosed with cancer can be a traumatic and life changing experience for any patient. Thankfully, many cancers can now be treated successfully, especially if they are diagnosed in the early stages, and the general rule is that the earlier the diagnosis, the better the chances that a patient will have a successful outcome.
Cancer is a disease caused by a change in the body’s cells, and is one of the most common illnesses in the UK. It is the cause of thousands of deaths every year, as the regular cells begin to grow in an uncontrolled way, and can cause a lump – also known as a “tumour”. Some cancers, such as leukaemia, do not form tumours; instead, it is a cancer of the blood or bone marrow that is identified by a significant increase in blood cells. Leukaemia is a broad term covering a large number of diseases.
If you or a loved one’s cancer has been misdiagnosed our solicitors can help you get the justice you deserve. Call us on 0203 817 9430 to talk to a clinical negligence specialist bout your situation.