Malpractice occurs in the field of oncology by delayed diagnosis, failure to diagnose or misdiagnosis of any type of cancer. It can also occur due to failure to properly treat cancer, especially lung cancer, breast cancer, or mesothelioma.
Care givers may be sued if they fail to provide adquate follow-up or repeat imaging studies or if they fail to consult on cases when such action would be in the best interest of the patient. Radiation burns may be the result of substandard care, and may result in a lawsuit. Patients may be injured when treated with inadequate or inappropriate chemotherapeutic agents (chemotherapy), or when the dosing of those drugs is inappropriate, resulting in an overdose. Finally, even if appropriate chemotherapy is initiated, failure to adequately treat complications of chemo, such as critically low white blood cell count, may give rise to a negligence action.
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