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  • Did Your Doctor Forget to Order These Common Diagnostic Tests?
    Did Your Doctor Forget to Order These Common Diagnostic Tests?

    Diagnostic tests are important tools that a medical doctor can order or use to get more information about a patient’s symptoms. When used correctly, they can be the difference between a patient ...

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  • Study Finds Correlation Between Medical Malpractice & Imaging Tests
    Study Finds Correlation Between Medical Malpractice & Imaging Tests

    Doctors will not always be 100% accurate when reaching a diagnosis, but they are expected to always use all available tools within reason to come to a conclusion. For example, medical imaging tests ...

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  • Cancer or Something Else? How Early Symptoms Can Be Misdiagnosed
    Cancer or Something Else? How Early Symptoms Can Be Misdiagnosed

    The sooner a patient’s cancer is detected, the better their chances of fighting it before it causes widespread harm. Unfortunately, detecting cancer early can be difficult due to early symptoms often ...

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  • Tell Your Doctor About These Signs of Prostate Cancer
    Tell Your Doctor About These Signs of Prostate Cancer

    Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer among new male diagnoses and causes the second-highest number of male cancer-related fatalities, based on Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...

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  • What Does a Mild or Moderate Stroke Look Like in Men?
    What Does a Mild or Moderate Stroke Look Like in Men?

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data estimates that about 140,000 Americans will die due to stroke complications each year. To put that into other terms, about 5% of all deaths in the ...

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  • Delayed Diagnosis of Metastatic Cancer
    Delayed Diagnosis of Metastatic Cancer

    What Is Metastatic Cancer? The deadliness of cancer lies in its ability to spread throughout the body and invade multiple tissues. Metastatic cancer (also known as “stage four” cancer) is a cancer ...

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