Delayed Cervical Cancer Diagnosis Deprives Patient of Ability to have Children

The failure to diagnose cervical cancer rendered our client sterile at the age of 35 after a pathologist misread multiple years of pap smears. Had her pathologist been diligent, our client’s pre-cancerous dysphasia would have been eradicated without the need for a hysterectomy. Although our client was ultimately cured of her cancer, she lost the ability to bear children. Rosen Louik & Perry represented the client’s failure to diagnose cancer claim. The case settled for $800,000.00.

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