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4 Responses for “Doctors Make Mistakes. Can We Talk About That?”

  1. Dr. Mike says:

    Apparently not

  2. Jane Harper says:

    Thank you for this effort. I am quite sure that my life would be different (like, I’d still be married and would have been in less debilitating physical pain for fewer years) if, after a couple of bad surgical experiences, the doctor and/or hospital staff would have said simply, “we are sorry, what can we do to hasten your adjustment, and THANK you for your feedback on the correctible missteps.”

  3. Fantastic! You can feel the frustration and anger and pain in his speech. I am a physician also, and a human. 99 X out of 100 a sore throat is just a sore throat. Patients are not cars and physicians are not computers. I say the same thing in my blog, http://www.medicineforreal.wordpress.com.

  4. Venetia Rose says:

    Doctors can make errors in the procedure, diagnosis etc. But if those harm, injure or cause death to the patient, then you can claim for medical malpractice against the doctor and the medical staff. If you or your loved one has been a victim of a such a case, then consult an efficient medical malpractice lawyer who can help you out in getting your claims and compensations. There are plenty of medical malpractice lawyers in Toronto http://www.sommersandroth.com/areas-of-law-practice/medical-malpractice/ who are experts in that field.

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