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  • Doctors May Choose to Not Reveal Mistakes Made by Other Doctors
    Doctors May Choose to Not Reveal Mistakes Made by Other Doctors

    When was the last time you discovered that one of your coworkers made a mistake and decided to not do something about it? Most of the time, we need not be concerned about coworkers overlooking the ...

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  • Medical Error Mix-Ups Still Prevalent in Hospitals and other Healthcare Facilities, Study Finds
    Medical Error Mix-Ups Still Prevalent in Hospitals and other Healthcare Facilities, Study Finds

    The best medical treatment in the world won’t do any good, and could potentially do serious damage, if it is applied to the wrong patient. This is why patient mix-ups are so dangerous. With more and ...

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  • Factors to Consider When Filing a Medical Malpractice Claim in KY
    Factors to Consider When Filing a Medical Malpractice Claim in KY

    When a person places their trust in a doctor, nurse, hospital or other medical professional, they are doing so with the expectation that they will provide the highest quality care and treat them to ...

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  • Medical Malpractice Lawsuit: What You Can Expect
    Medical Malpractice Lawsuit: What You Can Expect

    Thinking about beginning a medical malpractice lawsuit can be understandably intimidating, as you might be going up against a defendant that is backed by a large corporation or medical institution. No ...

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  • Cost of Cerebral Palsy Over a Lifetime
    Cost of Cerebral Palsy Over a Lifetime

    The parents of a child born with cerebral palsy (CP), or who develops it early in life, know the emotional toll will be significant and trying. What they may not know or anticipate is the massive ...

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  • The Long Term Risks of Proton Pump Inhibitor Drug (PPIs)
    The Long Term Risks of Proton Pump Inhibitor Drug (PPIs)

    People with heartburn and acid reflux disease are frequently prescribed medications that help to block or reduce excess stomach acid. These medications are called Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs). PPIs ...

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