In the first part of this post, What If My Child’s Pediatric Brain Tumor Was Misdiagnosed Which Led To A Delay In Treatment? Part 1, we examined the symptoms of pediatric brain tumors and how a brain tumor misdiagnosis could happen. In this post we will look further into the implications of brain tumor delayed treatment and why Orlando families seek the help of a Orlando medical malpractice attorney to pursue medical malpractice suits in these situations.
Early detection and intervention is widely recognized as crucial to the successful treatment of cancers and tumors of all types, including a pediatric brain tumor. But what happens when your child’s brain tumor was misdiagnosed and treatment was delayed? Are there actions families can take? How does a family move forward once the mistake is realized?