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In some cases, cancer misdiagnosis do not show any noticeable bad impacts on patients health until a long time passed, while certain cancer types such as colonic cancer and breast cancer could be unpredictable and aggressive over time. In view of the seriousness of patients condition, clinical negligence claims can threat the professional career of liable doctors. The modern advances in medical technology along with evolved cancer diagnosing methodology have exceptionally improved diagnosis accuracy many times than before. Thus, the occurrence of cancer related clinical negligence cannot be justified anyway. There is much better equipment and devices available today to rightly gauge the presence of different forms of cancer, still there are the cases of misdiagnosis occurring because of misinterpretation of test reports and visible symptoms.On discovering such mishaps, the victims are left with no option than filing cancer misdiagnosis medical negligence claims against their incompetent and negligent doctors who cause them suffer for nothing. What could be more worrisome that despite having state of the art technology, many people fall victim to such reprehensible malpractices which might prove literally dangerous for patients in question. However, in all those circumstances where patients worse condition is due to mere medical negligence, cancer misdiagnosis clinical negligence claims are the option to help the victims. With the rampant growth of different cancers day by day, every year several thousand people in UK get cancer diagnosis, however, prognosis proves really helpful for many of them in being diagnosed at an earlier stage. Those poor who are misdiagnosed have to resort to medical negligence compensation claims to get out of the trouble they have been caught in. sadly, it might take a longer time to resolve these claims as independent review and assessment of the case is needed. It also needs employing expert oncologists to assist in studying cancer related clinical negligence cases and discovering where a doctor has been at fault in the whole diagnosing process. The expert verification and reports play a vital role in substantiating misdiagnosis claims.

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Leaking kidneys and specialist treatment: Dr Rosemary Leonard answers your medical queries

What are the consequences of not taking this medication? Tue, March 4, 2014 Rampiril helps to reduce the amount of water re-absorbed by the kidneys [GETTY] A Persistent protein in the urine is a sign your kidneys are not functioning as well as they should. This is common in older people and is often termed as Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). In the early stages it rarely causes symptoms and is often detected by a blood test. Over time CKD can become worse and lead to symptoms such as breathlessness and puffy ankles. Ramipril is one of a group of drugs known as ACE inhibitors. These work by relaxing blood vessels and also helping to reduce the amount of water re-absorbed by the kidneys. They can help slow the progress of kidney disease and I encourage you to take them. They can also help control high blood pressure. Most people dont have any side effects from ACE inhibitors but they can cause a dry, tickly cough so if you find you are constantly trying to clear your throat, see your GP. It is possible for people living in Wales to be treated in England and that decision is made by the local area commissioning group Q My granddaughter, 12, has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS). We live in Wales and are concerned that the only specialists are in England and private consultations are very expensive. How can we ensure she gets the treatment she needs? A Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is a rare condition where the structural proteins in the skin, blood vessels and ligaments are abnormal. This makes them weak and stretchy, leading to easy bruising and very lax skin.

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