But in short I feel the doctors haven't done enough for my mother and are throwing her away. And more so the doctors did not do enough back when they could have. Mainly I believe the 2 months from diagnosis to surgery was way too long to wait and that after her wound kept opening up and preventing them to do radiation they should have have admitted her right away and stitched it up and they should never have used super glue in the first place. Is there anyway I could get any of these doctors in trouble for this? There were ones from years ago too that told her it was just a cyst and nothing to worry about that I feel is straight up malpractice. With the ones who waited 2 months before doing surgery is that normal? And if not could I sue for malpractice? I want them to pay because if my mom had gotten surgery sooner after he diagnosis maybe she wouldn't be dying now. View Thread
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