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Was told had cancer, My Mother

1 Answers. Asked on Apr 19th, 2016 on Medical Malpractice - Illinois
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My Mother,was told she had cancer, Doctors, told her there was nothing, they can do for her was send home to die. Every time we went to the Doctor.Not one time did they offer a bi-op, to see what kind of cancer it was.Doctor wasn't necessary to have one,she has cancer she doesn't have much time. The Doctors give her 3 months the 1st. time. Than she got sick again after 6 months went back to the hospital. was told the samething. That she dont have long to live.Take her home make her comfortable,for the time she has left. 1 year went by Mom got sick again and went to the hospital. the give her 3 to 6 month to live. Nothing they can do. She had a follow up appt. Than did the Doctor offer a bi-op and found out it was treatable cancer. Now that she to weak to do the treatment.
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Answered on Apr 19th, 2016 at 8:45 PM

This is a complicated matter.  Would you be available to speak tomorrow in the morning.  I may be able to help and have handled many of thes types of cases in the past.  The Biopsy should have been conducted earlier. 


My cell Phone number is 217-979-1409.  I look forward to talking with you. 

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