High School Senior Wrongly Diagnosed with Cancer

by Administrator 8. April 2011 02:15

A high school senior from Indiana was recently given good news when he was told he did not have cancer. However, this good news came after being incorrectly diagnosed with bone cancer last year.

After the young man was diagnosed, he began chemotherapy in December. The treatment caused him to lose his hair, as well as become extremely thin for his 6-foot 3-inch frame. He also reported feeling extremely sick from the chemo.

The man learned that he never had cancer after going for a check-up last week. He was told that he had a cyst, not a tumor, and that it could be removed. The man underwent surgery to remove the cyst and is now recovering.

If you or someone you love has been incorrectly diagnosed with a disease or cancer, please contact the Phoenix wrong diagnosis lawyers of Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman, & McAnally, P.L.C., at 800-763-0964.


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