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February 2017 Archives

Dozens received false Alzheimer's and dementia diagnoses

He was sure that concussions he had sustained in high school football were starting to take their toll. At 33 years old, he was having trouble sleeping and remembering how to tie his shoes. When he was told a memory-loss center that he had Alzheimer's disease, he began planning for a suicide that would take place when he could no longer remember the names of his young children.

Plaintiffs prevail in medical malpractice case

A dozen years have passed since she went to a hospital, worried about her unborn child. There was decreased fetal movement and so the woman went to get help from doctors trained to understand and treat those kinds of medical situations.

Medical malpractice study: Apology is not enough

When a friend or family member has said or done something that hurts you, a heartfelt apology can be a wonderful way of making amends. Of course, an apology is not always going to make everything better in personal relationships.

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