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Insights / The Black Maternity Scandal – dispatches uncovers shocking truths of mismanagement of pregnancy and birth

30-03-2021 / Medical Negligence

Why do so many more Black women in the UK die in pregnancy and childbirth?

Insights / Cauda Equina Syndrome – know the symptoms and act quickly

21-03-2021 / Medical Negligence

Frances Wright, Clinical Negligence Specialist Solicitor at Ince Metcalfes explains Cauda Equina Syndrome (CES), and how the rare and devastating condition can be prevented if recognised quickly. 

Insights / Prostate cancer deaths are on the rise - how can you reduce your risk?

26-01-2020 / Medical Negligence

Recent analysis by Prostate Cancer UK has identified that deaths from prostate cancer have exceeded 12,000 in one year for the first time. From this, they predicted that prostate cancer will overtake breast cancer as the UK’s most diagnosed cancer in 10 years’ time.

Insights / Supporting Cervical Cancer Prevention Week

21-01-2020 / Medical Negligence

January 20 – 26 is Cervical Cancer Prevention Week. Research by Cancer Research UK found that cervical cancer comprises 2% of all new cancer cases in women, and it is the 14th most common cancer among women in the UK.

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Insights / Cauda Equina Syndrome Misdiagnosis - Spinal Injuries Awareness Month

29-08-2018 / Medical Negligence

Cauda Equina Syndrome (CES) is a rare condition that can have devastating consequences for the sufferer if not diagnosed and treated quickly.

Insights / SEPSIS - A delay in diagnosis

07-08-2018 / Medical Negligence

In England there are around 123,000 cases of sepsis a year with around 37,000 patients sadly passing away as a result of the condition.

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Insights / The consequences of failing to follow the eight care processes for diabetes

18-04-2018 / Medical Negligence

One third of people in the UK who have been diagnosed with diabetes do not receive the ‘eight care processes’ recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). These processes ensure that people living with diabetes are monitored closely to prevent their condition from getting worse and leading to further complications. 

Insights / Delay in Diagnosis of Detached Retina

24-01-2018 / Medical Negligence

This month we have been considering medical negligence claims which relate to either a delay in treatment, misdiagnosis or the mismanagement of an eye problem.