Delayed diagnosis of bladder cancer

A man complained about the care he received from his general practitioner, who failed to initiate timely investigations, leading to a delayed diagnosis of bladder cancer. The 48-year-old man consulted his GP on three occasions over ten months complaining of blood in his urine (macroscopic haematuria) with no accompanying pain. At the first and second…


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