Cancer and Medical Malpractice Litigation

Characterized by rapid and uncontrolled local growth of abnormal cells followed by their spread to nearby and distant sites, cancer is a disease with multiple etiologies. This illustrated lecture discusses issues in the medicine and litigation involving failure to diagnose and treat various cancers. This lecture is made up of a series of smaller lectures on breast, lung, and colon cancers, which can be given separately or mixed/matched. (Approximately 3 hours total — less for individual topics)