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What Women Can Do After a Cancer Misdiagnosis
What Women Can Do After a Cancer Misdiagnosis

You put your trust in the medical professionals that care for you — when they give you advice or confirm you have an illness, you wholeheartedly believe what they tell you is accurate. However, when your healthcare provider fails to diagnose or misdiagnose cancer, the ...

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  • What Women Can Do After a Cancer Misdiagnosis

    You put your trust in the medical professionals that care for you — when they give you advice or confirm you have an illness, you wholeheartedly believe what they tell you is accurate. However, when ...

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  • U.S. Begins to Use Social Media Accounts as Vetting for Immigrants

    You would think something as innocent as making a Facebook post wouldn’t have an impact on whether you could get into a country or not. Why would something so intimate and personal be used to judge a ...

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  • Pres. Trump's Immigration Plan May Look Good for High Skilled Immigrants, But His Record Says Otherwise

    Much of the media coverage of the Trump administration’s latest immigration plan has focused on the implementation of a point-based system to the U.S. legal immigration system. The plan shifts ...

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  • Can I Sue for Transvaginal Mesh Complications?

    You go to your doctor for help and advice while trusting that any procedures performed are always in your best interest. Many women who were diagnosed with pelvic and bladder issues, were recommended ...

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  • How Do I Get a U.S. Sports Visa?

    Sports visas (also known as P visas) are short-term work visas that allow athletes, athletic teams and entertainment entities (such as circuses) to compete or work in the U.S. Foreign nationals who ...

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  • What Every Immigrant Should Know About Personal Injury Lawsuits

    Personal injury law is complicated — and undocumented immigrants who don't understand their rights, may not pursue a lawsuit for fear that they may be deported. Whether documented or undocumented, ...

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