Because of the invasive and metastatic nature of some cancer cells, it is important for health care professionals to promptly and correctly diagnose cancer for an improved outlook and higher chance of recovery and survival. However, a research published by the Journal of Clinical Oncology stated that cancer misdiagnosis happens 28% of the time, with some cancer types having up to a 44% chance of being incorrectly diagnosed or left undetected.
Out of the 400 oncologists and pathologists who were polled during the study, the most commonly misdiagnosed types of cancer are believed to be:
Dealing with the repercussions of delayed or missed cancer diagnosis can be physically, emotionally, and financially exhausting. To seek legal help on how to hold the responsible party accountable for a damaging misdiagnosis, our team of Wisconsin misdiagnosis attorneys at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® can look into your situation to determine your eligibility to file a case. Call us now at (414) 271-0900 for a free assessment of your case.