Since learning last May that she has breast cancer, medical malpractice defense lawyer Madonna A. Sacco said she’s been amazed by the support and understanding she’s received from judges and opposing counsel — with one glaring exception.

Sacco, of Bai, Pollock, Blueweiss & Mulcahey in Shelton, Conn., is defending the Associated Women’s Health Specialists medical practice group in a wrongful death case brought by Karl Ramonas, whose wife died of an aneurysm during pregnancy, while in the Waterbury, Conn., doctors’ care.

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