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Pattern of Non-Standard Treatments

A Pattern of Non-Standard Treatments

As reported in a recent KGUN9 News article highlighting the issue of Tucson medical malpractice, a prominent Arizona doctor is under investigation by Canadian authorities regarding suspicions that he may have mishandled cases, including administering unapproved treatments, which may have contributed to the deaths of at least four cancer patients in Canada, where he had relocated after leaving behind his similar medical practice here in our area. Continue reading “A Pattern of Non-Standard Treatments”


Medical malpractice actions against doctors, nurses, and hospitals for infections arising during hospitalization are rare.  Usually, they are considered a risk of surgery or hospitalization unless it can be clearly established that medical personnel, through an act or omission, were the proximate cause of the infection.  Continue reading “Infections”