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manwithknife

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  1. This sort of tumor is not to be confused with any life-threatening conditions such as cancer. It was a benign, non-malignant tumor, more specificly some sort of fibroma. They're far from rare, so it's suprising that the dermatologist would tell me such an outdated treatment. But my main issue is that she presented it as the monopoly treatment, even though things she later said and other evidence suggests that she had been fully aware that this was not true.
  2. Money is the least of my concerns. Like how am I going to live with myself for the rest of my life. I was very young when this happened, and the treatments will take off years off my life before I can act normally again - even though I'll never feel normal. I would sue the dermatologist and pay for it all, if only to destroy her reputation. I have nothing to lose anymore, but she does.
  3. Just for now I'll spend some time waiting to see if I get compensation, and then consider further legal action. It's agonizing... But the dermatologist will pay dearly, in one way or another.
  4. I'm glad to hear someone's opinion, but the law doesn't seem to be as unfair as some might think, at least where I live. I contacted a lawyer who specializes in the duties of doctors and the rights of patients, and he said with no doubt that my rights have been violated and that the dermatologist has neglected her duties in more than just one way. The lawyer said the responsibility in its entirety belongs legally to the dermatologist. He held it very likely that the system would pay at least for
  5. Last year I got some sort of benign skin tumor in my face. It took me quite some time to realize that it wouldn't go away by itself, and despite having held prejudices that such treatments would be very expensive, maybe thousands of dollars, I went to ask a dermatologist about it. The dermatologist named some hospitals (far away since I live in a smaller town) where such tumors are treated, and I asked her what the treatment is, and she told me that "The treatment is named green zink laser" (nam
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