Fibroadenoma

Fibroadenoma Fibroadenoma Definition: A benign tumor made up of glandular breast tissue that presents as a lump directly underneath the skin.

Fibroadenoma: A common breast condition in women under age 30, fibroadenoma is a benign tumor made up of glandular breast tissue that presents as a lump directly underneath the skin.

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Is There A Class Action Lawsuit Against Levaquin?
27 aug
Is There A Class Action Lawsuit Against Levaquin?

There is not yet a class action lawsuit against Levaquin manufacturers, but there is a multi-district litigation (MDL) matter pending in the federal court system against makers of fluoroquinolone makers. The MDL grouped together over 350 individual lawsuits from across the United States. The plaintiffs are people who allege that Levaquin or one of the

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Medical Malpractice Settlements
18 aug
Medical Malpractice Settlements

What Qualifies For A Medical Malpractice Lawsuit? No one likes to be a victim. This includes individuals who may have been injured or harmed due to medical situations. You become a victim of medical malpractice when you encounter certain medical misconduct. Every year, approximately 80,000 individuals have cause for a medical malpractice lawsuit. Interestingly enough,

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Fibroadenoma - News Articles

Deceased Architect’s Estate Settles for Nearly $1 Million Over Doctor’s Alleged Negligence
19 apr
Deceased Architect’s Estate Settles for Nearly $1 Million Over Doctor’s Alleged Negligence

In the beginning of 2008, Robert Jackson Miller III, an ivy-league graduate and successful architect based out of New York City, went to a dermatology appointment for a routine checkup. He had recently co-founded Miller & Wright Architects and his work had already been featured in Architectural Digest, the New York Times, and the Wall

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California Voters Face Damage Cap  Initiative in November
26 sep
California Voters Face Damage Cap Initiative in November

Voters in California are going to be the latest decision makers in a long and contentious argument over pain and suffering awards tied to medical malpractice. In California, pain and suffering awards (also called non-economic awards) have been capped at $250,000 for almost four decades in medical malpractice cases. A recently-qualified state ballot initiative (Proposition

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