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Skin Cancer (Melanoma)

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A military doctor should biopsy a suspicious mole to make sure it is not melanoma.

Delayed Diagnosis of Melanoma

Melanoma is one of the deadliest cancers unless caught early. Doctors are taught to carefully check a patient’s skin for suspicious looking moles and biopsy them. If you had a mole that was changing in color, size of was bleeding and your doctor did not do a biopsy, or if a biopsy was done but the slide was misread, we can help you.

We have successfully handled melanoma and skin cancer cases at Army, Navy, Air Force and other military hospitals and clinics all over the world and we can help you too. You can trust our lawyers to handle your legal issues so you can focus your time and energy on healing.  Please contact us for a free, confidential consultation today by calling 1-877-695-8757 (24/7), emailing us at LawHelp@militarymedicalmalpractice.com or filling out the short form on the right side of this page.

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