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Georgia Failure to Diagnose Attorney Explains Hodgkin Disease Cancer


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4/30/2012
Jeffrey H. Dover
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Like all cancers, Hodgkin Disease has factors that make it unique. If you believe that you have symptoms of Hodgkin Lymphoma, then it is important to know the following facts and to contact an experienced Georgia failure to diagnose attorney if you believe that your disease should have been diagnosed earlier.

3 Things that You Need to Know About Hodgkin Disease
 
If you have swollen lymph nodes that are not due to infection, if you are losing weight without trying or if you just don’t feel good, then it is important to know that:

  • Hodgkin Disease can affect anyone at any age, but it is most common in young adults ages 15-40 and adults over age 55. People in their 20s may face a more significant risk of developing this cancer, which is not typical of other cancers.
  • If your lymph nodes remain swollen despite lack of an infection, then your doctor may have been able to order a biopsy to get a definitive cancer diagnosis.
  • A delay in the diagnosis of Hodgkin Disease can be significant. Specifically, the American Cancer Society puts the 5 year survival rate of Hodgkin at about 90% for those with Stage 1 or Stage II of the disease. Those with Stage III Hodgkin have about an 80% chance of surviving 5 years, and those with Stage IV see their chances drop to about 65%.

Contact a Georgia Failure to Diagnose Attorney if You’ve Been Hurt
 
If a failure to diagnose Hodgkin Disease has hurt you, then it is important to contact an experienced Atlanta failure to diagnose attorney today at 1.770.518.1133. We also encourage you to learn more about the proper diagnose of cancer in our FREE book: I Have Cancer….Should it Have Been Caught Earlier?


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