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Preventing Medication Errors

When patients in Connecticut receive the wrong medication from their health care providers, the consequences can be serious and even deadly. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, adverse events from the use of medications are...

How Cancer Is Staged

When a Connecticut patient is diagnosed with cancer, the diagnosis typically includes a specific stage. The stage that a patient’s cancer is in represents how severe the cancer is and how much it has spread in the patient’s body. Staging...

Commonly Misdiagnosed Conditions

Some individuals in Connecticut may have experienced one or more of the most common misdiagnoses that doctors make. Lung, breast and colorectal cancer are frequently misdiagnosed, and this often happens because doctors do not follow up with a biopsy...

Colon Cancer and Hemorrhoids

Connecticut residents who may have colon or rectal cancer may wrongly believe that they only have a bad case of hemorrhoids. This is because they have many of the same symptoms including a change in bowel movements and pain or discomfort in the rect...

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