ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – A former health minister says the public would have remained in the dark about errors with breast cancer testing in Newfoundland if a class-action lawsuit hadn’t been filed over the matter. – The inquiry into faulty breast cancer tests was told Wednesday that a group of cancer patients can get their tissue samples retested, but only if they ask – and Eastern Health hasn’t publicly told them they have the option.
In reality now today how many other provinces, municipalities, federal government departments, Ministers, even the Police forces have now too often done similar bad things too, they wrongfully now have false obstructed justice, transparency, accountability and now what is being done that nothing like is is going to happen again as much as possible anywhere in Canada too?
Public exposure and enforced, real prosecution of the major guilty persons serves as the best solution, deterrent to all of this now still too, even of the bad Civil and public servants, bad professionals, bad politicians too.
Cancer patients misdiagnosed in Manitoba Canada.com – WINNIPEG – Seventeen cancer patients in Manitoba may have received the wrong prognosis or treatment, according to the latest findings into mistakes made by a senior pathologist.
Cancer patients missed treatment due to pathologist’s errors Globe and Mail
Cancer patients concerned about potential misdiagnoses CBC.ca